No, you can't use Windows Disk Defragmenter, because Windows doesn't know about Linux filesystems like EXT4 by default and you should leave it like that.
e4defrag, but what do you think you will achieve by running a defragmentation job? We are not in the 90s anymore (Microsoft tried to get defragmentation out of users heads during development of Windows Vista). EXT4 and other filesystems avoid fragmentation where possible. If you care about performance use SSDs... for which Windows Disk Defragmenter will refuse to defrag, because that's a stupid idea.
tl;dr: The filesystem already takes care of data consistency and performance. Stop wasting time and energy, buy better hardware.