Fast touch-typing helps when coding, not because you can bang out the code faster, but because banging out the code is less of a distraction. I've too often seen programmers carefully consider a technique, or look up an API, and then start writing out the code... only to pause a minute later because they'd forgotten something while pecking out the syntax.
Regardless of whether you're using two fingers or ten, if the keyboard is your primary method of communication you shouldn't have to think about it (much less look at it) any more than you should need to think about pronunciation while speaking in your native language.
You may think being distracted isn't a big deal since you only spend 25% of your work-time typing... Though I suspect any other distraction that ate up a quarter of your day would find you screaming in frustration.
More importantly though, you may well be typing less than you should be, optimizing your workflow to minimize the time you spend trying out different techniques, or treating each line of code as precious: if it requires conscious effort from you, you'll naturally place more value on the output than it deserves, rather than being willing to toss away code that doesn't quite fit, or is unnecessary.