Unfortunately, you would have to dump the entire table and then reimport the data. Since you are maintaining a...
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text file, it doesn't have any capability to log the changes that were made so that you could apply just those changes. The easiest way would be to just truncate your table in SQL Server and then use BCP to reimport your text file.
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