In addition to what everyone else has already stated, you also need to be configured on the other side to support MLP. You can't just bond it on your side and get it to transmit traffic at a higher rate if the other side doesn't support it. If these are P2P links that you control, you'll need to configure the other side for MLP as well. If it's a provider based service, you'll need to contact them and have them support your MLP connection.
load balancing per packet is not recommended as it can cause out of order issues by sending packets of the same flow (same IP source address same IP destination address) over different paths with slightly different delays.
You can use both links in Equal cost multi path using flow based load balancing and you should achieve load sharing on the links. This is the default and allows to avoid out of order issues.
To use any form of link aggregation you would need cooperation of the ISP as stated before
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