It's hard to pinpoint the cause of the leaf discoloration and holes. Your plant has been stressed by the transport, the repotting that you did, and we don't know what condition it was in when it was shipped. What matters is caring for it going forward.
Make sure it is close to and right in front of a sunny window. The more indoor light it gets the better it will do.
Remove any soil that you added to the top of the original rootball when you repotted. That soil serves no useful purpose and will keep oxygen from penetrating into the root zone. After you have removed that excuses soil, then water your Fig as soon as the surface of the remaining soil feels almost dry. Add just enough water so that it reaches that level of dryness again in about a week.
No need to increase humidity, mist or use fertilizer.