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Therefore the answer to your question is “by definition”. If something has an electric field that falls of as an inverse cube, it is automatically a dipole, by definition.
If the dipole moment is also zero, you may get an electric field that falls off as 1/r^4—that 1/r^4 behaviour is then controlled by the quadrupole moment. If the quadrupole moment is zero, there may be an octopole moment, which gives a 1/r^5 field. And so on, ad infinitum. When you define these higher moments, you don’t define them by putting a bunch of charges together the way you do for a dipole, because the formulas get messy then. You define them in terms of the field they produce.