# Implications of a problem being in XP when parameterized by diameter

Let $X$ be an NP-complete graph problem. Suppose $X$ is solvable in polynomial time on graphs of bounded diameter. In other words, $X$ parameterized by diameter is in XP. (Recall a problem is in XP if it can be solved in $n^{f(k)}$ time). Does this imply solvability in XP time for other interesting parameters?

If so, is there maybe even some more or less "standard" list or web of parameters and how they relate documented somewhere?