To be honest, I don't like any of these options really.
There's nothing there of a training cycle and it seems like you're doing the same thing over and over again without much variation.
If you want a strong marathon, you have to gradually build your long run, and you need to be doing some faster stuff (working all aerobic zones-5k, 10k, 1/2 marathon pace)
You need to at least get to 20miles (32k), and ideally have several 18-22milers 1-2.5months out from your big day with some marathon pace worked into those long runs.
If I had to pick from the above options, I'd go with C as a starting point,
Something that might be better could be something like this if you're limiting yourself to 60km (done w/o much thought):
Day 1) Easy day w/ strides (7k)
Day2) Workout (6-10k of work)-total 13k
Day3) Recovery (7k)
Day 4) Cross-train or off day
Day5) Easy day w/ strides (8k)
Day6) Long run-25-34k
Day7) Cross train or off day
Weekly total: 60-69km