Is 'it' necessary in the following sentences and 'to' in the sentence 2?
1- Whether you like 'it' or not, I am going out tonight.
2- Whether he wants 'to' or not, he has to clean the room.
3- Whether you want 'it' or not, India will win the match.
4- Whether you want 'it' or not, I am your president.
5- Whether you believe 'it' or not, I am a spy.