No, you should not have to; the db engine takes care of that itself.
From Books Online:
If the value inserted is larger than the current identity value for the table, SQL Server automatically uses the new inserted value as the current identity value.
So, SQL Server auto-adjusts the identity value up as you add higher-valued rows.
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