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Both are correct, however, In my experience "what is the best time" is more common. The questions amount to the same thing but have subtly different meanings.

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The question here is "choose the best time, now when is that time? The question here is: Here you are choosing the time itself, not the "when" attribute of the time.

This is confusing because the time and its attribute "when" have the same name. Consider this as a comparative case. At a school, the day is divided into eight periods, starting on the half hour with an hour off for lunch.

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