Apart from the pins being a different size (0.90” dia x 0.245” long) they are on a different pcd, 0.25”, spaced 60°, so I don’t think it’s a good idea to use the din body as it will probably strain the other connector a bit.
On the cables, I use the layout of No 4 and No 7 for one-piece tonearm cabling. Just substitute the arm for the DIN. The advantage of 4 is that two separate cables can be more flexible than 4-in-one, important for suspended decks.
This method is also useful where the arm board is metal, connecting the arm to the turntable ground, in which case the ground wire can be left unconnected to stop a possible loop.
A two-cable version of 7 would also be the way that a "real" balanced XLR cable would be connected, with the ground to pin 3.