You have too much invested vs. You have invested too much

Hi, is there a difference between ‘you have too much invested’ and ‘you have invested too much’? I’ve come across the phrase in the following paragraph:

“You can’t quit, Ron, you have too much invested,” Tony replied, trying to control his panic and reassure his boy.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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They seem to be the same. But slight meaning variation can be thought of. One where it is possible to take out the excess investment. The other to be cautious not to lose everything, not just money alone. I can’t be sure. A native of Sussex alone can clearly define.