Ahmad, in (1) "all-inclusive" is a one-word adjective (which should be hyphenated) generally used in the field of tourism to mean that all the services are included. In (1):
- the is the definite article
- all-inclusive is an adjective
- system is a noun
(The noun phrase refers to a system that includes everything.)
The structure above has nothing to do with the ungrammatical *the all other systems.
You can say:
- other systems
- all systems
- the other systems
- all the systems
- all other systems
- all the other systems
"the all other" is NOT a possible combination in English grammar.