Healy (509) scored more runs than any other player in New Zealand, with her centuries in the semifinal and final of the tournament helping Australia take home a record-extending seventh World Cup title.
Chasing a mammoth target of 357, England were bowled out for 285 in 43.4 overs despite an unbeaten 148 by Nat Sciver.
Australia's Ellyse Perry was back at the top of the list of all-rounders after a fine show in the second ODI of their three-match series against England.
Shikha cleaned up opener Alyssa Healy for a duck in the opening over of the Australian innings with a ball that jagged back sharply.
Australia chased down the target of 226 in 41 overs as the Indian bowling lacked teeth.
Healy now has the most dismissals by a wicketkeeper in Twenty20 International format, both in men's and women's cricket.
Healy will feature for Australia against India in the decider of the global T20 competition at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, and will be able to count on the support of Starc.