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Must all vs all must which is correct why?

Example sentences :

We all must try to find a solution to the problem

We must all try to find a solution to the problem

Please clarify me

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    They're both correct as far as I'm concerned. Should this be moved to the ELL site? – Mixolydian Mar 22 at 16:14
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    Agreed, both are correct. And add this form: "All of us must try to find a solution," which is also correct. – Hugh Mar 22 at 17:22
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I don't think there is much difference between them.

And as Hugh correctly stated, you may even use

All of us must try to find a solution to the problem.

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