I would like to visit you tomorrow.
He said that he would like to visit me the next day.
However, in other situations, other constructions may be used:
1. I would like to visit you. = It is my present wish to visit you in the future.
2. I would like to have visited you yesterday = It is my present wish that I had visited you yesterday. An expression of present regret.
3. I would have liked to visit you yesterday. It was my wish yesterday that I could visit you. I did not visit you. An expression of past regret.
Unfortunately the ideas conveyed by both #2 and # 3 may be expressed by some speakers as :
4. I would have liked to have visited you yesterday.
Teachers and writers may consider #4 to be incorrect, but as such utterances are often heard, learners can be confused.
Student or Learner