All cars on the parking lot means, every single car. No car is being excluded in the previous example. Any car on the parking lot means, any specific car on the parking lot, but not every single one of them.
They define a different way of looking at a collection of things, ideas or objects.
Note that I say "Any car", as I am referring to a single car and not several or more.
Your specific question requires more of a context to answer properly. I cannot provide your answer right now, but I will explain any vs. all below as best I can.
"I want any of the food on the table", makes me picky.
"I want all of the food on the table", makes me greedy.
Use any for a specific instance of a group, any kid, any bus, any car, any word, any answer, and use all to mention every instance of a collection.