There is no "strategy" to playing other than to have proper technique, then it will all fall together. That and all other passages need to grouped, your rotations need to be sorted and your in/out motions and forward shifts need to be placed intentionally. There are a few other things but I don't see them being a concern in this passage. You also need to know your gravity.
Get the ergonomics of technique out of the way and you won't ever be concerned with such things again. It will be challenging to find a teacher who knows what they are doing but will be worth it. Look for a teacher who trains injured pianists.
You don't have to practice what you can do such as breathing, walking, riding a bike . . . when we use the incorrect muscles to play, we have to practice constantly to maintain the incoordinate movement. When we move ergonomically correct, there is no need to practice that passage ever again, it will always be there.
Practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.