NEW DELHI (AFP) - Top US diplomat Richard Holbrooke will visit India next week to discuss Washington's new strategy to defeat a resurgent Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan that puts Pakistan at the heart of the fight. An Indian government official told AFP that Holbrooke, who last visited the three South Asian nations in February, would be in New Delhi on April 7-8. Holbrooke was appointed to implement the new US strategy under President Barack Obama, who on Friday vowed to 'disrupt, dismantle and defeat' Osama bin Laden's group.