That's a 2011 era i3 second generation CPU.
The only upgrade to go to an AMD CPU means getting a new motherboard and RAM as well as a new CPU; you would pretty much just be re-using the case.
To fit the existing board you need an "LGA1155" type CPU with no more than 65W power rating.
Possibly the existing board would take an i7-3770S, which is a similar age but twice as fast.
You do need to check that the motherboard BIOS is compatible with that CPU first, though. Brand-name PCs from big companies often have cut-down BIOS capabilities so the cannot be upgraded significantly, so the company sells more computers..
However you also have old, slow, RAM etc., so it's possibly getting to the "flogging a dead horse" stage and you would probably be better putting the money in to a new machine or motherboard etc., unless you can get a CPU stupidly cheap on ebay..