Your best guess for the boiling point of any version of Coke would be 100 C, the boiling point of water.
Diet Coke is mostly water (the flavourings are a very small amount relative to the amount of water). The largest ingredient will be the sweetener but there will be only a fraction of a gram of that. It is unlikely you will notice any deviation from the properties of water.
Standard Coke has quite a lot of sugar in it. A standard can (~300ml) contains about 40g of sugar. To put it another way, the contents are more than 10% sugar by weight and the solution is about 1/3 mol/L of sucrose (other sugars will be slightly different). A standard calculation using the ebullioscopic constant for water suggests the elevation of the boiling point will be barely 0.2 C, so small you'd struggle to measure it without good instruments and a good experimental setup.