Of course, they are. My main home workstation (the workstation I am using now) uses Xeon. They are not necessarily “better”, it really depends on what you are doing.
Want or need error checking? Want to use ECC ram? More caching. longevity. Then you may need a Xeon workstation. However, don’t expect it to be magically faster, or faster than anything. they are not. They are built for different use cases.
They are best utilized in servers and engineering workstations. I have one because I deployed a bunch to an engineering group, and this one is extra. Most of the servers I deal with are Xeon. However, I usually do not recommend them for user desktops. Intel Xeon CPU