I can't find a use of that phrase by a dark side user in any canon book. I can't find that exact phrase in any of my Legends books, either. However, the Legends novel Darth Plagueis contains a slight variation of the phrase from Palpatine to a young Anakin Skywalker. It occurs at a time coinciding with the end of Episode I:
[Palpatine] cut his gaze to Anakin. “I didn’t have an opportunity on Naboo to thank you, young Skywalker. Your actions were nothing less than extraordinary. May the Force ever be as strong with you.”
“Thank you, sir,” Anakin said in a quiet voice.
This was not a use of the phrase from dark side user to dark side user, but Palpatine was undoubtedly wishing that the dark side of the Force would be strong with Anakin so that Anakin would become a powerful new apprentice for Palpatine. Palpatine was already planning to turn Anakin to the dark side at this point because the book ends just a few paragraphs later with:
“As I told you on Naboo, Anakin,” [Palpatine] said finally, “we will continue to follow your career with great interest.”
And assure that it culminates in the ruination of the Jedi Order and the reascendancy of the Sith!