Having made a little research previously, made up my opinion that these constructions ("there's no point (in)"/"it's no use") are used in the same way, so that it'd be correct to say:

There is no point in (it's no use) giving up at all.


Yes, those are both correct. Personally I would use There is no point in giving up at all.


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