Not really. Lucifer became Satan upon the pronouncement of his 5 'I wills'. Lucifer was a Cherub, an angel, a created being with volition. Man also is a created being with volition. Note that the Quran (Koran) came into manuscript form hundreds of years after the books of the Bible which we know to be Scripture or the completion of Canonical writings in the Old and New Testaments. Within the New Testament we observe repeatedly the reference to the Word of God frequently idenified in context with the person of the Son or Christ.
On many notes the Koran attempts to act as a counterfeit to the Word of God by explicitly reducing the role of Christ or the Messiah as merely a prophet. Rather than an accusatory Scripture, the Koran might be better understood as a counterfeit Scripture or false writing which attempts to deceive those seeking a relationship with God on His terms and instead redirects them towards understanding many facets of Diety, yet inculcating human judgment and vengeance rather than leaving those to God as per Scripture.
Satan hates believers. He also hates unbelievers. Evil plans simply seek any system of government or worldly success independent of God in order to rationalize an angelic rebellion from the judgement already made upon the fallen angels. By displaying any success independent of Him, God's plan is attacked in order to avoid eternal damnation already in store for them and those who reject God on His terms.
A Satanic Bible won't work as the devil is the father of all lies. The Koran is simply a counterfeit religious document seeking to mislead as many as possible. The consequences won't simply be an alternate system, they will be an eternal torment in hell, longer than the history of man without any recourse.