Your PCB is okay and your USB socket is also okay except for broken connection pins. You could either buy a fresh spare part and solder it or you could still mend the old one if you have needle tipped 15-20watts soldering iron. You could have done this without removing the socket from the board.
Make sure to remove 5 leftover lead parts from PCB before everything.
You could use thin copper wires to bridge the broken leads under an illuminated magnifying glass. And you need little talent and experience too.
Make sure your soldering iron is properly grounded. Or leakage current from iron tip will destroy sensitive electronics.
Bare in mind that all electronic devices are static sensitive. Synthetic carpets and Air condition make things worse. If you have not followed these; your PCB might already be damaged. (I did not ask you to desolder the socket)
I could have help you to get this thing fixed if I live in your country. I don’t think you’re a Sri Lankan.
Good luck with whatever you do.