The Ti-coated diamond and the uncoated diamond were brazed with Ni-based filler alloy by high-frequency induction under argon atmosphere at 1050°C within 15 seconds. The interfacial microstructures between brazed diamond and the filler alloy were analyzed by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersion spectrometer (EDS) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). It is surprisedly found that Cr-carbides forms normally and compactly on the surface of Ti-coated diamond brazed, whereas Cr-carbide forms tangentially and loosely on the surface of uncoated diamond brazed. The abrade experiment results for the brazed diamonds show that the bond strength between the normally formed Cr-carbide and the diamond is higher than that between Cr-carbide and uncoated diamond brazed. Furthermore, the cause that Ti changes the morphology of Cr-carbides on the surface of Ti-coated diamond brazed is discussed by the further tests specially designed.