Alert readers will be aware of the 'Gallican' preface of All Saints (and of Patrons) included, I believe, in the 1962 Missal (I don't possess a copy of that rite), and widely used, especially in France, long before 1962 (it still appears in the SSPX ORDO). These 'Gallican' prefaces derive ultimately from the Paris Missal of 1738.
In the Good Old Days, the proper preface of a major festival was used throughout its octave (even when the Mass was not of the octave). In the spirit of this tradition, I venture to suggest the propriety of using the All Saints preface tomorrow in the Mass of the Holy Relics; and whenever this week the calendar of an area or religious order has a "Feast of All Saints of X". November 6, of course, is the festival of All Saints of Ireland; and the old Octave Day, November 8, has been widely kept since 1928 as the Feast of All Saints of England (and Wales).
In confirmation of my instinct, the Ordinariate Missal admirably provides for the use of an All Saints preface on the Feast of All Saints of England (although the prefaces offered do not include the 'Gallican' preface).