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[en] A phase diagram of superconductivity (SC) and antiferromagnetism (AFM) for hole-doped cuprate superconductors in presence of chemical potential (μ) by using a model Hamiltonian is reported here. The Hamiltonian of the system is a mean field one and has been solved by writing equations of motion for the single particle Green functions. The expressions for appropriate single particle correlation function are derived. It is assumed that SC arises due to BCS pairing mechanism and AFM order is simulated by staggered magnetic field in lattices of Cu-O planes. The expressions for SC order parameter, AFM order parameter and dopant concentration are calculated analytically by using Green function technique of D.N. Zubarev. The value of SC gap (z), AFM gap (h) and chemical potential (μ) are solved self consistently for different dopant concentrations (x) by changing model parameters. It is found that a disordered phase appears after antiferromagnetism is destroyed in the range of very small doping. On further increase of the doping, the SC critical temperature first increases, attains a maximum value (≅39 K) and then decreases which agrees well with experimental observations for hole-doped cuprates. Our theoretical findings suggest that the AFM coupling plays the vital role of the glue for the Cooper pairs.