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As Ron mentioned, there are varying degrees of formality and tone. Take just the first as an example.
'Leuk (om) je te ontmoeten'
There are a million variations on this. Replace "leuk" with "fijn" or "een plezier" or even "goed." The dutch tend to say exactly what they think of a given situation, so there are a lot of variations
'Leuk je te ontmoeten'
This is the most common phrase to use. Dutch people tend to use 'leuk' a lot. It is pretty informal.
Is normally used to introduce: 'ik ben Aga, aangenaam'
I can answer by saying: 'Ik ben Ron, aangenaam'
'prettig kennis met jou te maken'
Not wrong but this phrase is hardly used because it is formal and a little bit out of date.
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