Ummmm. The rim you can most likely use, the tire you cannot.
Unless you buy three more to match. There's a lot of speculation about using the tire, even though that was not the OP's question.
On a driven axle this will cause a horrible differential action, and eventually do some damage to the drivetrain. Even on a non-driven axle, you will be changing handling vectors, weight distribution, roll couples, and brake torque. Not to mention odd tire wear on the larger ("taller") tire. The result is only desirable when setting stagger for a short track event, where you want the weird handling characteristics a taller set of outside tires provide.
Very highly not recommended to use a different tire. Minor differences in the rim are probably not worrysome, unless the offset causes rubbing,