The link herein above deals exhaustively and adequately about this issue of splitting infinitives. Prescriptive grammarians are against placing an adverb in between TO < Adverb> ROOT VERB as they like to adhere to the Latin Precedent. But we have walked a long way since. Now split infinitive is a matter of ease, style and lucidity. If by doing so we add to the beauty of the garland ( word flowers ) or, at least, don't mar it's beauty, it is always welcome. We don't provide any examples for fear of repetition of what is succinctly enumerated in the link.
Suffice it to say , split or no split both are grammatically correct, and since adverbs ( loving kitten of sentence structure) have almost free mobility within the sentence, place them Where they are conveniently appropriate.
Both of your phrases mean the same.