Best way is probably to disconnect the HDD, install Windows on the SSD, then reconnect the HDD and format it while in Windows (running on the SSD).
Windows 10 will not defrag an SSD, it will run TRIM, which is kind of what defragging is for HDDs, but for SSDs. It won't cause unnecessary writes.
EDIT: I believe MS also changed the wording in Windows from "defragment" to "optimise" or something similar to prevent people thinking it is actually trying to defrag the SSD.
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