Sorry but these cross comparisons never work. You can’t deduce that since Bernal is in general better than MAL and MAL dropped Pogacar on a certain climb in a certain situation, Bernal would do the same. It simply doesn’t work like that. Besides, Bernal had his chance to either drop or follow Pogacar on several occasions during his career and he failed to do so many times, while the opposite can’t be said, Pogacar dropped/distanced Bernal on almost every climb they rode together...Probably, but let's wait until they have a proper battle first. So far Pogacar's PdBF TT is a complete outlier and before that it's not like he was absolutely unbeatable on the climbs. On the Col de la Loze he lost 30 seconds to MAL and I have no reason to believe Bernal wouldn't be even better.
Needless to say though, I don't know if Pogacar doesn't further improve drastically. If that happens that would of course change my view on the comparison of the two.