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Yes, two zones can have different FQDN (and two zones can't have exactly the same FQDN (i.e. myhost.mydomain.com)).
To confirm my understanding:
Two zones in same global zone can have FQDNs as:
host1.domain1.com and host2.domain2.com
where global zone's FQDN is host3.domain3.com
FQDNs are nothing but namespace, there's not magic here. The IPs that you have assigned to the zones (local and global) can be rooted to any domain. So to answer your question, yes.