There is no "general" answer to this question because the specific disposition sheet from the court would need to be reviewed. If the final disposition was a plea of guilty to disorderly conduct, that likely would not be a problem for an H-1B visa process/overall admisisbility or your green card process.
Disorderly conduct would not normally be seen as a crime involing moral turpitude (CIMT) or render you inadmissible to the U.S.
Before you travel, it may be a good idea to have an immigration attorney review your matter and review the specific court disposition for your incident.
You also want to make sure to travel with a copy of that disposition sheet so you can prove how everything was resolved.
Andrew M. Wilson, Esq.
Serotte Reich Wilson, LLP