Yes, keep the kite high about 45 degree so you get lift and can foil in less wind and even deeper, and keep the speed up.
Just keep the kite steady if you prefer that, a lot more relaxed yes, you will be able to go quite deep when you find the "perfect point" where you got sufficient speed to keep lines tight even when going deep and no bigger risk of losing your foiling state.
If it gets even less wind so you can not foil, and/or you get down by accident, stand on the middle of the board and loop the kite two times both ways till you reach the shore, if possible.
Knowing that if you drop yourself in the water, you probably can not waterstart anymore and have to do the same double loops with one arm around the board, the other on the bar, changing side for every second loop.
I do that when it drops to 3-5 knots when out with my 12 m2 LEI and I want to get ashore, so very rare I get a wet kite