No, there are not references to All Saints Day in the Bible.
The tradition of All Saints Day originated long after the books of the Bible were written.
From Catholic Online
The origin of the festival of All Saints celebrated in the West dates
to May 13, 609 or 610, when Pope Boniface IV consecrated the Pantheon
at Rome to the Blessed Virgin and all the martyrs; the feast of the
dedicatio Sanctae Mariae ad Martyres has been celebrated at Rome ever
since. There is evidence that from the fifth through the seventh
centuries there existed in certain places and at sporadic intervals a
feast date 13 May to celebrate the holy martyrs. The origin of All
Saints' Day cannot be traced with certainty, and it has been observed
on various days in different places. However, there are some who
maintain the belief that it has origins in the pagan observation of 13
May, the Feast of the Lemures, in which the malevolent and restless
spirits of the dead were propitiated. Liturgiologists base the idea
that this Lemuria festival was the origin of that of All Saints on
their identical dates and on the similar theme of "all the dead".
The feast of All Saints, on its current date, is traced to the
foundation by Pope Gregory III (731.741) of an oratory in St. Peter's
for the relics "of the holy apostles and of all saints, martyrs and
confessors, of all the just made perfect who are at rest throughout
the world", with the day moved to 1 November and the 13 May feast