Indian opener Rohit Sharma completes the top five, overtaking his captain Kohli, who has had a subdued series in England.
India skipper Virat Kohli remains in fourth position while Rohit Sharma has moved up to the sixth spot. India wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant is seventh.
New Zealand became Test cricket's first official world champions on Wednesday by beating Kohli's team by eight wickets in a low-scoring final in Southampton.
Kane Williamson's men outwitted Virat Kohli & Co. at the Hampshire Bowl to be crowned Test cricket's first world champions.
The New Zealand captain added that the BCCI took the "right decision" to indefinitely postpone the tournament.
Under Warner, SRH have lost five of their six games as the Australian hasn't been in the best of form in the ongoing edition.
In the final, New Zealand, in all likelihood, will meet either India or England, who will be locked in a four-Test series starting Friday.
Williamson and his wife Sarah have been blessed with a baby girl.
Chasing a mammoth target of 220, Delhi Capitals were blown away for 131 and succumbed to their third consecutive defeat of the season.
Stead, who guided the team to a second successive World Cup final last year and Test series wins over Pakistan, England and India that lifted them to second in the world rankings, said he was looking forward to a schedule packed with elite events.