The 70-200mm is faster focusing and sharper... but it comes down to how many lenses I take with me. YMMVInteresting question, I wondered the same thing with the RF 24-105 F4 V the RF 70-200 F2.8 when both set at 70mm & F4. I have both lenses and I cant identify why but I prefer the 70-200. It just seems better to me, although I haven't done a scientific back to back comparison. It's just a gut reaction.
1 lens = 24-105mm
Landscape/seascape: 2 lenses = 16-35mm/4 + 70-200mm/2.8
Waterfalls/hiking: 1 lens = 16-35mm/4
Low light/action/indoors: 2 lenses = 16-35mm/4 + 70-200mm/2.8 and maybe 24-105mm for karate sparring where the distance varies widely
Zoo = 100mm macro + 100-500mm
Astro 14mm/2.8 + 8-15mm/4
Underwater is 1 lens per setup with either: 100mm macro setup. Wide 16-35mm or if big subjects/fun = 8-15mm/4