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I'll make it home tomorrow.

I'll come home tomorrow.

Do they have the same meaning?

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kumenglish

I'll make it home tomorrow.

I'll come home tomorrow.

Do they have the same meaning?

Not exactly. "to make it (somewhere)" has somewhat of the idea that a difficulty had to be overcome.

I'm rushing to work, but because of the bad traffic situation, I'm not sure I'll make it on time. (I may or may not arrive on time after the difficulty of coping with the traffic.)

"to come home" does not imply any difficulties. It's a straightforward plan.

CJ