First, you need to define your goals. If you are planning a serious jogging, you need to keep in mind that you will be able to practice the technique only after increasing the cadence frequency, which is impossible without achieving certain physical indicators related to the cardiovascular system and the training of the muscles involved. If you watch videos of professional runners, you will see that they usually land on the midfoot. At the same time, two running styles stand out: glider and gazelle. Which one is better is hard to say. Everyone chooses their own. Among gliders, you can often find women, among gazelles - men. If you're just starting out and looking to build up your distance, it may be difficult not to land on your heel, so it's best to choose a shoe with good cushioning for a start. Once you reach a certain level (for example, you can comfortably run 10km in less than an hour and still know firsthand about cruising intervals and fartlek), you will probably want to get a stiffer speed shoe. As for the toe-running technique, it can be good if running for you serves as an additional physical activity to the main fitness program and lasts no more than 30-40 minutes several times a week. In this case, it will help you to additionally pump up caviar. For longer workouts, this technique is generally not recommended. In this case, you need to choose a low-profile "natural run" shoe.
What do you mean "better"? Healthier for the body? Or more effective for the respective sport? Running from all over the foot is a harder shake for the body, a harder blow to the joints. But sometimes this is also necessary. And in some sports, it is from the entire foot that you need to move. For example, in tennis. There are exceptions, though, and some run off their toes with success.