My suggestion for you is to look earlier in your delivery for the cause of your front foot orientation. If you don’t solve the true cause, then it will continue to occur.
Consider the possibility that how your front foot plants isn’t a problem unto itself but is, instead, a symptom of something earlier in your delivery. Also consider the possibility that the orientation of the front foot and the tilt of the front lower leg are set in order to provide the strongest support for the body’s weight in the direction it is moving. Finally, notice that your head and spine tilt to the glove side. It looks to me like your front leg is simply trying to support your body moving to the glove side.
So, fixing your front foot orientation could be a matter of fixing your posture. However, looking at your starting position on the rubber as well as the direction of your back foot drag line, it looks like you start on the throwing arm side of the rubber and your drag line extends further in that direction. This can result in a tendency to tilt to the glove side in order to get your shoulders squared to the target. So, fixing your front foot orientation could really be a simple matter of moving your starting position on the rubber to the glove side.
Try moving over enough to get your drag line to end on a line drawn from the center of the rubber to the center of home plate. Give that a chance and see what effect it has on your posture and you front foot.