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When I say good-bye to a friend, I tend to say (1). I guess (1) is probably the short version of (2) and so they probably mean the same thing. (Please correct me if I am wrong). I have heard (3) as well, but I'm not sure whether it has a special meaning attached to it.

If you're asking the specific question regarding the preposition 'on', as to whether ' on next Monday ' is valid, then I would say no it isn't, you would never say ' on next Monday '. You would always say ' I will send you the proposal next Monday '. Alternatively you could say ' I will send you the proposal on Monday '.