When we use "everyone/everybody", we treat it as singular. When we use "all", we use it as if it is "all of them/all of the people", so we treat it as plural.
Everyone likes pizza.
Everybody likes pizza.
We all like pizza.
They all like pizza.
All who eat pizza like it. (Unnatural sentences, just used for demonstration.)
Pizza is liked by all who eat it.
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