Just to address one misconception first (for people viewing this post in future):
Since both running and weight are essential components of any fitness regime, I don't want to get rid of either of them.
Running is not the only cardiovascular activity. Variety is the spice of life, and all of the following are great alternatives: rowing, stair-mastery, cross training, cycling, swimming, etc.
Goal: Gain Muscle Mass
You are on a weird bro-split, you could work out more effectively by reducing the number of days you do strength training, upping the weight and focusing on compound movements. By doing compound movements you can hit most muscles twice a week. You are trying to build a shrine without having any good foundations. Focus on spending a year or two building good strength foundations. Look to 5x5 Stronglifts to begin and then move onto something like IceCreamFitness or PPL. You will gain muscle mass on all of those routines provided your diet is adjusted accordingly.
Goal: Increase Size
Height? Not possible, your genetics have already decided what height you will be. If you want to appear "bigger" read the paragraph above about increasing muscle mass.
Goal: Be Fit
Cardio/Conditioning is important, and contrary to (bro)science: Cardio does not kill gains. It does effect those at the pro/elite end of the spectrum of bodybuilding but most people can happily do both and end up looking good and being fit.
Running is nice, but as I said, look towards other ways to exercise. There is a well established basic running progression that you would get from any PT which is:
- Run 3 miles every other day, 3-4 days per week
- Add additional days per week until you run 3-5 miles, 5-7 days per week
- Gradually increase the mileage of every 3rd or 4th run
- Add Runs of Quality (higher intensity workouts) 1-3x per week
- Add secondary runs (doubles) to your schedule
- Increase the duration of your secondary runs
If you want to add running training tailored towards explosive power then look towards doing interval training (lots of posts online about this). Your running schedule is fine.
Finally, your goal for running (be fit) isn't a good one. Pick a time (5 min mile), distance (complete a 10k run) or event (Spartan/tough mudder/marathon) and have that as your goal so you can tailor your running plan to meet it.