Eh! Now you have me confused!
I hope the following is going to answer your questions:
New money ISAs usually attract the best rates so your new money for this year should go into a new ISA. You have to decide whether you go Instant Access or not - not touching it for a year (or two?) will give you better interest rate. You can only put in £5640 but make a note of your maturity date as you will probably need to shift provider again as after the bonus period your 'headline rate' (given to attract you in) will usually drop.
Your 'old money' cannot be topped up (that would take you over your £5640 allowance for this year). You will need to find an ISA fund that will allow savers to 'transfer in'. These are usually lower interest rates, unfortunately, but remember it is tax free - unless you take it out that is.
Hope this has answered your questions
Just think - you get to do this all again next year but by then you will be an expert yourself.