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The entropy increases with temperature. In the Van't Hoff Equation though, you are using change of entropy and not entropy, and you are assuming that change of entropy is constant under temperature increase.
The difference in entropy between reactants and products at two different temperatures is the same because despite entropy changing with temperature, you are finding the overall change in entropy, so if reactants entropy goes up then products entropy would do the opposite.
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