I would say no. Remember that glucose/maltodextrin can be directly taken up in the bloodstream and that fructose has to be converted in the liver before it can be used. So even if you take in equivalent amounts of glucose and fructose not all the fructose will be available for use, it is simply a slower and less efficient process so if you aren’t having problems with the current level of glucose/maltodextrin stick to it.
The literature shows that you can take up and oxidize almost all the glucose with a rate of 1-1.2g/min at ingestion levels 60-90g. Fructose consumption only boosts the oxidation rate to ~1.5-1.7g/min at amounts up to 70g so only have of it is being converted during that time.