As far as I'm aware, the majority of modern laptops that have a touch screen have a multi-point touchscreen.
Laptops generally cannot have most of their hardware upgraded other than RAM and storage (and sometimes not even that). However, if there is a line of laptops where one model doesn't have a touch screen and the higher end model does, you *might* be able to buy that higher end model's screen and install it on your non-touch screen laptop. Of course, you want to do plenty of research before doing this. However, unless you're good at disassembling laptops, I don't recommend doing a swap like this.