IME, cocoa butter does not decrease lather, it just doesn't increase it. In the first place, it depends what you are replacing with CB. If you shave the percentage off olive oil/lard/palm/canola, then you don't need to adjust anything. Even if it's coconut oil, you might adjust bubbly additions (or not, there are perfectly fine bubbly soaps at 0% coconut).
Coconut isn't the only way to increase bubbly lather. Most important IMHO is to not overdo superfat (5% is the upper limit, 1…3% are better – superfat “eats up” the cleansing power of soap). Then, chelators (citrate, gluconate, EDTA) help mitigate the bubble-killing effect of hard water. Castor oil, sugar/honey/sorbitol, aloe vera juice, rice flour, goat milk, using a soap cloth/felt – so many possibilities without even touching the coconut content, avoiding all its downsides (shorter-lasting bar, skin irritation, tropical imports…).