Pakistan have drawn a series in Australia, but have never won one, and last tasted a Test victory at Sydney in 1995.
In his book, which is being serialised in a British newspaper, Stokes claims Warner's sledging motivated Stokes during his match-winning heroics in the third Ashes Test this year.
The home team won in Canberra by seven wickets, thanks to a brilliant 80 not out by Steve Smith, and were on track to also triumph in Sydney only for rain to save the visitors.
Opening partner and skipper Aaron Finch said that when Warner was firing it instilled confidence in the rest of the team.
The home team have been dominant throughout, winning by 134 runs in Adelaide and by nine wickets with seven overs to spare in Brisbane ahead of the clash in Melbourne.
Warner has been in superb form for the Aussies in the T20 series against Sri Lanka at home, notching up his maiden ton in the first rubber and scoring an unbeaten 60 in the second.
Warner and Smith came together after Aaron Finch was caught down the leg side off Lasith Malinga for a golden duck, and the pair produced a batting masterclass.
Warner had a forgettable tour of England although Australia retained the Ashes with a 2-2 draw of the five Test series.
David Warner bounced back to form with a first-ever international T20 century in Australia's 233 for two before Sri Lanka were restricted to 99 for nine from their 20 overs.
The Aussies Ashes hero plays for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in India and is known to be fond of Indian culture and diversity.
There were fears that Finch might not recover from a side strain he has been nursing for a fortnight, but the batsman was given the all-clear to open the innings with David Warner.
The star batsmen were both banned for a year for their roles in a ball-tampering scandal but have rejoined their country's Test, one-day and now T20 sides.
If fit, Finch is expected to open the Australian innings with David Warner, before Steve Smith comes in at first drop.
A total of 570 players will be in the men's draft, including 239 overseas players and 331 domestic players.
Steyn also backed David Warner who, unlike Smith, didn't have a great run in the five-Test series in England and said that the left-handed opener shouldn't be dropped from the side.