Denote by $\chi_0(f)$ the minimum number of 0 monochromatic rectangles needed to cover the 0-inputs of $f$, and by $\chi(f)$ the minimum number of monochromatic rectangles needed to cover the all inputs of $f$ (both 0 and 1). It is known that
$$\log \chi(f) \leq D(f) \leq (\log \chi_0(f))^2.$$
The last inequality follows from the famous clique vs independent set upper bound. Is there an $f$ that witnesses such a quadratic separation between $\log \chi(f)$ and $\log \chi_0(f)$?