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Is there any difference between the phrases? For example:

If can come earlier, it is all the better.

If can come earlier, it is so much the better.

By the way, do I have to include it is as in it is all the better?

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No

The difference is regional. I personally would only tend to say "all the better" as that is what was used most commonly around me when I was younger. However both phrases mean the same thing and can be used interchangeably.

By the way do I have to include it is as in it is all the better?

Again no It is perfectly acceptable to say:

If you can come earlier, all the better

If you can come earlier, so much the better

(Note: I've added in the word you to the sentences as it was missing.)

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