If the elliptic curve has prime order of points, then all of its points are generator. Is this true? If so, how can I find the optimized generator(which generates more number of points) among them?
If the elliptic curve has prime order of points, then all of its points are generators.
Almost: The point at infinity is not a generator, but (if the number of points is prime) all finite points are. This is a consequence to Lagrange's theorem.
If so, how can I find the optimized generator (which generates more points) among them?
This does not make sense: Any generator of a group must generate all the points, otherwise it wouldn't be called a generator (by definition). Note also that generally, the choice of base point does not matter, thus one typically uses random points or points with "interesting" (e.g. small) coordinates.