I'd split them between the boxes. The drawn comb will help, but I would not get overly excited about getting this or that. Remember, the package will have a queen that will take a couple days to get out, a couple days to start laying, 21 days to have her eggs hatch out bees, and another 12 days before her bees will become field bees. So you may be approaching 40 days relying on the package bees to not just forage, build comb, and raise brood, but they also will be declining in numbers this entire time. And the brood and buildup will be determined by the ability of the bees to keep brood warm, especially at night.
The honey in the comb is a huge plus in ensuring the package will not starve for those cold snaps that always seem to pop up in April. And any drawn comb is a plus.