Are "actually not" and "actually, no" interchangeable in any context?
FOR EXAMPLE: Tom: The Sun rotates around Earth Steve: Actually not, it's the other way round. or Actually, no, it's the other way round.
The natives I asked said that the latter is preferred. But they didn't say why. And one native says, e.g. that the sentence Is this sweater blue? can be replied to with both Actually not, it's red. and Actually, no; it's red.
So how to be able to tell when those expressions can be used?