It looks like CoDel will make the upcoming Linux merge window, for Ethernet, anyway. So you'll see it available very soon for testing. (the patch went into net-next yesterday). It will need BQL based drivers.
Eric Dumazet is working on a SFBCODEL (like the SFBRED he did); I don't know if that will make the next merge window. That would probably be what most people would want to use on their laptop.
However, note that the problems are more subtle in general. The 802.11 drivers will need a lot of work to be able to use CoDel. I don't know how long that will take, but my guess is months to have even a preliminary version to play with. So don't expect magic over night.
And remember, your home routers and broadband gear are also bloated; so expect you need to do something there. CeroWrt is attacking this problem head on right now, so if you want a home router, that is the direction to go right now. By bandwidth shaping, you can hide most of the bloated buffers in the broadband hop.