Please, recommend me a book where I can find all(!) English grammar.(literally all grammar)
First of all, I cannot guarantee that you will find a book that has everything there is to know about English grammar. You will have to learn by speaking and listening to native speakers as well as using grammar books to guide you. Also, English is ripe with exceptions to any rule you may learn, which you will have to master as you become more fluent and have more exposure to the language.
But for a start, try Jean Yates's Master the Basics: English. You can buy it here: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=jean+yates+master+the+basics&ref=nb_sb_noss
This book is for learners of English as a second language, and covers parts of speech, typical verb patterns in all tenses, verb tenses, rules for combining sentence elements, and rules for capitalization and punctuation.
Contained in the book are a pretest with answers, exercises with answers for every section, part of speech, and verb tense, as well as charts and examples to illustrate English language patterns.
You really do not need a book that is completely exhaustive, what you need is exposure to the language and it's rules and exceptions, and a good solid grammar book to guide you.
No such book would ever be agreed upon in its entirety by everybody who speaks English—or even by a majority of people.
Unlike French, for instance, there is no universal authority on the rules of the language.
At best, you can find a handful of sources that detail many possible grammar rules. Some, even many, of those might be commonly agreed upon—but not always, and certainly not by everyone.
It also doesn't help that grammar can be localized. UK English can have different specfic rules (or conventions) of grammar from US English, for instance. And certain regions in various geographical locations, or certain people in various cultural groups, can have their own idiomatic conventions.