I believe there are no significant semantic differences between the two, however, your intention matters. I'd say the 2nd one (I like having a chat with others) is more natural and used by native speakers, while the first one is unnatural and unlikely to be used.
So, if your intention is to convey a sense of regularity (that is, a hobby), go with the second one: I like having a chat with others (This is what I enjoy doing - I earn pleasure doing it)
but if your intention is to indicate that you are willing to have a conversation with someone. Use the corrected form of the 1st one:
1. The party is almost over, wanna head home now?
2. Nah, I'd (I would) like to have a chat with others first.