You can't - but you can create your own strokes in Illustrator
Thanks for your prompt response. Yes, I’ll go ahead and create my own stokes. Once done, how can I implant the new strokes onto the stoke menu for Illustrator? Or, will they just have to be embedded in a specific folder for frequent access?
Go to the Program File Adobe> Abobe Illlustrator>Presets>en_GB>Brushes
Create a folder called "Custom Strokes"
Then create a new illustrator file called InDesign Strokes.
Open the Brushes panel and delete them all except basic (that can't be deleted).
Draw your custom Stroke based on the InDesign version you like (or your own Idea)
Select the new line style. On the Brushes panel you can choose the fly out menu (top right) and this gives you the option to create a New Brush.
Choose Art Brush.
Save your file into the Custom Strokes folder (back it up just in case)
In Illustrator you will see the option for Custom Stroke and your InDesign Strokes should be an option from the Brushes Panel.