The positions I'm asking about go beyond "economic sanctions" toward a more aggressive policy: "remove all Russian ties and make sure Russians are no longer in the EU, prepare to invade Russia for safety and make sure the government is no longer so anti-Europe and more friendly controlled by the EU"?
Are there any parties in the EU that take this or a similar position?
There are no such parties. What you are describing, to invade Russia, is a very aggressive position. Attacking Russia would:
The two reasons above make it such an extreme position that I'm confident enough that no significant political party in Europe advocates an invasion of Russia.
Another way of reasoning is to look at Russia's intervention in Ukraine. An intervention by the West to aid Ukraine against Russia would be a less aggressive step which goes beyond sanctions.
Already, few if any in the West seem to be in favor of deploying their own military to Ukraine to help fight off the Russian invasion. If it's deemed too risky to fight against Russia in and alongside Ukraine, then it's certainly too risky to fight Russia in its own territory.