Three-dimensional, multi-parametric quantitative mapping of relaxation and diffusion parameters is desirable for many clinical imaging application, including the diagnosis and follow-up assessment of tumors. Traditionally, this is performed by separate scans which are time-consuming. We propose a novel Multitasking framework to achieve 3D whole-brain simultaneous T1/T2/ADC mapping in ~9min. The underlying multidimensional image is modeled as a low-rank tensor, with a time-resolved phase correction technique to compensate for the phase inconsistency induced by pulsatile motion during diffusion preparation. T1/T2/ADC measurements in healthy volunteers agree with reference methods, yielding intraclass correlation coefficients > 0.80 for both gray and white matter.