Let G be a simple graph. An IE-total coloring f of G is a coloring of the vertices and edges of G so that no two adjacent vertices receive the same color. Let C(u) be the set of colors of vertex u and edges incident to u under f. For an IE-total coloring f of G using k colors, if C(u) 6= C(v) for any two different vertices u and v of G, then f is called a k-vertex-distinguishing IE-total-coloring of G, or a k-VDIET coloring of G for short. The minimum number of colors required for a VDIET coloring of G is denoted by χie vt(G), and is called vertex-distinguishing IE-total chromatic number or the VDIET chromatic number of G for short. VDIET colorings of complete bipartite graphs Km,n(m < n) are discussed in this paper. Particularly, the VDIET chromatic numbers of Km,n(1 ≤ m ≤ 7,m < n) as well as complete graphs Kn are obtained.