First, you have 4 data points. Trying to fit a degree 7 (SEVEN) polynomial to that is just silly. Yes, you say quadratic. But your words don't fit what you did.
Putting multiple fits on one plot is easy though.
Lets be completely serious. You want to use those 4 data points to try to fit anything? These 4 points do not have the shape of a quadratic polynomial. They lack the shape of an exponential function. And that means what you get out will be complete garbage for a model.
You could arguably get just as valid a fit from a straight line through the data.
mdlpoly1 = fit(x',y','poly1');
mdlpoly2 = fit(x',y','poly2');
You don't say WHICH exponential model you want to use. And with only 4 data points, hoping to do any such fit is problematic for an exponential model.
expft = fittype('a*exp(b*x)','indep','x');
mdlexp = fit(x',y',expft,'start',[1 0.0001])
Anyway, now we can plot the results.
I have little confidence about which of those curves fits the data better. They are jerked around by the influence of the first and third data points, but which of those two points is noisy? Or is it the second point that is garbage?