The situation is that someone asks me how my family are; I then want to answer that they all are fine.
I want to know whether the sentences "They all are fine." and "They are all fine." have the same meaning.
Is there any difference? To me as a non-native English speaker, "They all are fine." seems better — it should mean that each of my family members is fine whereas "They are all fine." should mean that each of my family members is completely fine. Please correct my understanding if there is anything wrong.