Howard scored 16 points in the first half and added 13 more in the third quarter, when he made five of six shots.
"My teammates gave me the ball in the right position to score," Howard said. "(Toronto) really didn't help much so I had a lot of room to be effective."
Watching Howard dominate inside was difficult for Toronto to take.
"It's frustrating seeing him dunking the ball like that over and over," Raptors center Aaron Gray said. "Obviously the 3-point ability is their strength and that was our focus tonight."
Redick scored 13 and Jameer Nelson had 11 for the Magic, who have won five of seven and nine of 12.