They're about equally common. There are many ways to express the idea. There isn't any stock phrase. It's just like the choices a person might make about hunger: "I'm hungry," "I could sure use a bite to eat," "I need some food," "I'm famished," "I'm starving," "A hamburger would hit the spot right now," etc.
"Top up my phone," though common, is strange to me. I first heard the phrase "top up" in connection with fueling a car. It means "fill the tank to the top," put in as much gas as the tank will hold. "Fill the tank" means fill it, probably until the gas nozzle shuts off automatically. "Top it up" suggests really trying to put in every single drop that the tank will hold, perhaps pressing the trigger a second or third time after the first time it shuts off. The reason "top up a phone" sounds odd to me is that there's no way a phone can ever be "full" of airtime.