Is there any difference between tensor product and Kronecker Product?
The two notions represent operations on different objects: Kronecker product on matrices; tensor product on linear maps between vector spaces.
But there is a connection: Given two matrices, we can think of them as representing linear maps between vector spaces equipped with a chosen basis.
The Kronecker product of the two matrices then represents the tensor product of the two linear maps.
(This claim makes sense because the tensor product of two vector spaces with distinguished bases comes with a distinguish basis.)
All this and more is explained on wikipedia.