The difference is going to be incredibly minimal at best.
Programs aren't alchemy. It's not that a certain mathematical formula of reps, sets, movements, rest times, etc results in a specific and unique outcome, but more the act of consistently applying a high degree of intensity of effort over a long period of time garners results.
Yes, doing certain things will have different results than others. If you want to be a strongman, you NEED to do some sort of loaded carries in your training, or else you'll suck. If you want to be a bodybuilder, you need some isolation work to bring up weak points. But when you're just talking beginner programs especially, it's just so inconsequential.