Seems unlikely you'd find just the front panel going spare, but who knows - for reference its 'Front bezel with logo / Spare part Number 269256-001'
I've fixed a few similar over the years, and yours doesn't look beyond repair although it'll inevitably show a few battle scars on the outer surface. As you've already found, super glue isn't really what you need for these kinds of fixes - a chemical bonder like Tensol (or similar) is much more suited, especially for visible outer joints. For unseen inner joints you can be a bit more generous with the fixative - I've used polystyrene cement, expanding polyurethane adhesive & additional permanent splints / gussets in various combinations with some success.
In your case you'd need to focus on the release latches, as they're the parts taking the load to attach to the case front, and would likely need both strong glue & additional splints (I make mine from old plastic bay blankings)
The spacing pillars aren't quite as vital, especially as they're not (?) screw points or springs fixers, but can be done in a similar way