The computation of compressible flows at all Mach numbers is a very challenging problem. An efficient numerical method for solving this problem needs to have shock-capturing capability in the high Mach number regime, while it can deal with stiffness and accuracy in the low Mach number regime. This paper designs a high order semi-implicit weighted compact nonlinear scheme (WCNS) for the all-Mach isentropic Euler system of compressible gas dynamics. To avoid severe Courant-Friedrichs-Levy (CFL) restrictions for low Mach flows, the nonlinear fluxes in the Euler equations are split into stiff and non-stiff components. A third-order implicit-explicit (IMEX) method is used for the time discretization of the split components and a fifth-order WCNS is used for the spatial discretization
of flux derivatives. The high order IMEX method is asymptotic preserving and asymptotically accurate in the zero Mach number limit. One- and two-dimensional numerical examples in both compressible and incompressible
regimes are given to demonstrate the advantages of the designed IMEX WCNS.