Here are some suggestions:
"Briskly" walk for 1 hour after waking; take the amino tablets or whey right beforehand but avoid solid food until after the walk.
Increase the calories quite a bit without increasing too many starchy carbohydrates. Your diet is far too restrictive for fat loss/muscle retention.
Limit carbohydrates to pre/post workout.
Start working some EFAs into your diet if you haven't already. Fish oil supplements work fine, but a few tin cans of salmon/tuna work just as well AND you get extra protein.
Your workout program needs a complete overhaul. Too much detail to go into here... just look at this thread: http://tnation.T-Nation.com/free_online_forum/sports_body_training_performance_bodybuilding/do_this_routine_instead_of_that_dumb_one
Add in one day of HIIT per week as long as it doesn't interfere with your weight training.
Just some ideas... if you were to do only one of them at the least, get your diet in order. The easiest way to figure out fat loss is to track your calories, and make sure to ingest slightly fewer calories than calories you burn. Also ingest an adequate amount of protein (1.5g+ per lb) per day. Limit carbs to pre/post workout. You will lose fat just doing that.
At your height and weight, I would also consider getting more muscular before looking to cut.