"Best mount options" is like asking for the "best flavor of pizza." Different mount options provide different functionality (obviously!). You should read the mount(8) man page, for a description of all the various mount options, for your file system.
This blog provides several speed-optimizing mount options you might consider, and explains some of the risks of using some of them.
Really, I don't think there's much difference between the mount options you would use for an SSD versus a traditional hard drive--except that there should be much less need to care at all for an SSD, since it's already much faster--especially for random seeks. So things like 'noatime', while they will likely improve performance on an SSD, will probably improve it almost imperceptibly, compared to a physical disk, where writing a single 'atime' record is a lot more expensive, relatively speaking.