Should I remove HTTP to HTTPS redirects to fix performance problems reported by Google Pagespeed Insights?

I have created a brand new website in which I publish various computing services I suggest to potential customers.

As far as I know, no other website on the World Wide Web links to that website and today in nearly mid 2021 when people create backinks, they normally just make them "example.com" (no http:// or https:// and no www.).

After testing the website in Google Pagespeed Insights I got only one error about slow loading times due to the specific reason of four redirects:

http://example.com | 630 ms https://example.com | 480 ms http://www.example.com | 630 ms https://www.example.com | 480 ms 

While I need the www. for a CDN to protect from possible DDoS attacks and using HTTPS as a web standard, principally I would never create non HTTPS backlinks to my website and don’t worry from anyone on the planet doing that.

Given the current HTTPS culture and my site being currently backlinkless, should I remove HTTP to HTTPS redirects to fix performance problems reported by Google Pagespeed Insights?

Update — current .htaccess redirection directives

RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\. RewriteRule ^(.*)$   http://www.%{HTTP_HOST}/$  1 [R=301,L]