I would get a different hood for that tank. I bought it, and the hood it comes with provides too much light. I'm still fighting the algae bloom it caused. I bought a single T8 tube hood and reflector as those are easier to find the right bulbs for.
Some of those plants are not what I would choose for a 10 gal tank. Most of them will outgrow your tank. With the sword's large leaves, they have a habit of growing too large and blocking out the light to everything else. Vals don't usually do well in soft water. I gave up on mine because they just weren't growing. Cambomba and hornwort will also get taller than your tank, but as they are just stem plants, you can trim them easily. Java fern is a great choice, tho. Anubias is another of my favorites.
Well if you get a single T8 6500K tube over a 10 gal tank you will have med-high light; it's even a bit high for my java fern sometimes and the leaves turn clear. All of those plants will do fine in that aquarium, but as I said the vals and the sword will probably outgrow it. Personally I would remove the sword.
I've also got duckweed as a floating plant and algae deterrent. Water sprite is another great floating plant to give your betta some shade. If it's a divided tank you could put java moss on the divider.