Honestly, no. Sorry. I (perhaps unwisely) do all my own programming based on what I've learned mostly on here. Anything like 5/3/1 or the Texas Method will increase your DL, and the other lifts too.
If you really just want to hit your DL and maintain the other lifts, I'd suggest trying the Coan program (why do you think its more suited to conventional pullers?), since its all there set out for you.
Otherwise, look at running two or three week cycles where you work up to a really heavy DL day where all you hit are something like five or six heavy singles up to 95% in the first and increase every three weeks. Do that for three months while just maintaining your squat and bench. To make sure you bring up all your DL weak points incorporate variations: sumo and snatch grip are my favourites, but pick whichever ones work best for you. Sumo is good for me because it improves my conventional lockout, snatch grip because its basically a conventional pull but leaves my lower back out of it and lets mego lighter while still having to work hard.
It could look a bit like (training three (to four) days a week):
Speed DL, DL assistance
Bench, volume DL (a bunch of triples at a weight that's work but not exhausting)
(Bench, squat/DL assistance)
Volume DL, DL assistance
Bench, squat/DL assistance
(Squat, bench assistance)
That's a very rough idea - IMO its a great idea to bring your DL up, but of all the lifts its probably the least tolerant of volume at higher loads so incorporating a good amount of assistance as well as squat work (because of the crossover between the two) is key; as well as making sure that when you DL You're using different variations so you don't overtax your body with one.
I used to just pull conventional with a little snatch grip but once I started pulling over 440 lbs regularly in training I had to start dropping my conventional volume to only my heavy work and doing the other work with sumo or snatch grip to recover better.
Bottom line, I'd advise going with Coan program rather than bodging something together. That way all you need to worry about it doing the work.