To a small degree, yes. In reality? No.
Jump height does just that, increases the height you jump. It does not however actually increase the force of your jetpack. Prior to the jetpack changes, it was pretty rad because the force of the dodge, would stack with your upward momentum- Which was increased with the jump height perk- Giving you some nifty distances.
Not so much.
When doing a dodge, all of your current velocity/momentum figures are 0’d out. This is done to ensure that you dodge a consistent amount. So hows this work with jump height? Well again, jump height increases just that- Your jump height. The moment you actually “dodge”, your momentum is 0d out, and you ascend that “set” amount. So in practice, youll neutral boost about 8’ish meters normally. With jump height, youll ascend 9-10’ish meters (Depending on your timing). For comparison, a sunny boost sends you 16 meters into the air with a neutral.
Now you will dodge a smidge further as well- But this extra distance comes from the fact that your dodging from a marginally higher height, giving you a bit more “fall” time. The actual distance from the “dodge” itself, is the same. Its no different than dodging off of say, a small rock instead of off the ground. You can stretch this a weeee bit further if you jump, and then dodge just before youre about to hit the ground- Youll gain the extra distance purely from the “jump” distance.
But in practice this really no faster over “flat” ground- Because again, the actual distance you “dodge”, is basically the same- Youre still moving “base” speed during the initial jump, and your speed quickly returns to normal after the force of the dodge is over. This can be beneficial to some degree for overall map traversal, because you can cover about 18-20 meters vs the normal 12-14’ish meters of a normal dodge per notch of boost- Which can be the difference between covering a gap with one boost, or needing a smidge of fuel ontop to clear it. But thats really about it.
TLDR: Not really. This warrants a suggestion on its own right, IMO (I think ive even made a topic for this previously, if not i intended to and got lazy. hah)