I think it's worth it, but that's up to you.
There is a file size trade off to be considered.
As an experiment I introduced a new DAW into an ongoing project (writing material for new CD).
The drummer noticed and asked; "Is it me, or does the raw audio actually sound better?"
Hint: at the same time I had switched the project from 16 bit to 24 bit .. he noticed.
So you might notice a difference, but the real reason is more headroom, lower noise floor and more accuracy. Once the audio becomes 1's and 0's, this helps down the line with mixing etc.
The old standard explanation - http://tweakheadz.com/16-bit-vs-24-bit-audio/
Try it, see what you think. https://www.soundonsound.com/sound-advice/q-do-i-really-need-24-bit-recording