1. None of them are. You need to use the plural ("Hypocrites") and conjugate the verb ("are")
2. As a native speaker, I would say
"I hate hypocrites more than any other group of people."
but if you insist on starting your sentence with "hypocrites," then
"Hypocrites are the people that I hate the most."
3. "Hate" is a very, very strong word (in the US). And your sentence implies that you hate lots of groups of people. That's a lot of hate. It's very offputting. Would "I don't like hypocrites" or "I hate hypocrisy" still convey what you mean?