You did not reveal WHAT you are using this for, or WHERE? Unless you are using it for very critical high-resolution applications, it seems rather doubtful that you will get any perceptible improvement in "quality" (whatever that means in your undisclosed application). Certainly not enough to warrant the added expense of a decent audio interface such as the Focusrite.
Frankly, budgeting money on the acoustic treatment of your recording space will have FAR AND AWAY more "bang for the buck" as far as actual, practical improvement to the audio signal.
The website for that microphone was pretty off-putting. It was long on marketing hype and almost completely devoid of any actual technical information. Lots of sizzle and no steak.