Let's say there are five students, 1 through 5. G means the student wears glasses. N means the student has a notebook. C means the student has a calculator. Here is what each student has:
1G, 2GN, 3GN, 4GN, 5GNC.
All of the students are wearing glasses.
Every student is wearing glasses.
Both of these statements mean that there are five students wearing glasses.
"All" means we are thinking of them as a group of five, so we use the plural forms, "students" and "are."
"Every" means we are thinking of them one at a time, so we use the singular forms, "student" and "is." Student 1 is wearing glasses, student 2 is wearing glasses, ... student 5 is wearing glasses; yes, every student is wearing glasses.
Does every student have a notebook? No, student 1 does not have a notebook.
Do all the students have notebooks? No student 1 does not have a notebook.
"Any" means that at least one member of the group meets a description.
Does any student have a calculator? Yes, student 5 has a calculator.
Does any student have a notebook? Yes, students 2, 3, 4, and 5 have notebooks.
Do any of the students have notebooks? Yes students 2, 3, 4, and 5 have notebooks.