No there isn't.
There were, for a while, a couple of small resistance movements who weren't despicable, but they were long ago obliterated or absorbed by ISIS, who were much more militarily powerful due to their original founding base being trained and equipped ex-Iraqi army and who were strengthened by capturing US equipment provided to the new Iraqi army as that army fell to bits. The US tried to fund/equip some of these groups for a while, but they were never strong and being seen as puppets of the Americans didn't help them out popularitywise either.
The nearest to good guys in the whole area are the Kurds, but the areas being battled over at the moment are not ethnically Kurdish so them getting involved would be a terrible idea. Anyway, the Kurds are only really holding their own as far as I know because they tend to get 'accidentally' bombed by the Russians a lot, because the Russians want to be friends with the Turks and the Turks see the Kurdish quasi-state (not inaccurately) as cooperating with Kurdish separatist movements who have been responsible for terrorist attacks in Turkey (in support of turkey's often-oppressed Kurdish minority)
That whole part of the world is very short of good guys. Or even acceptable guys.