This is COMPLETELY backwards, never try to do all three at once (it's a very basic rule you shouldn't break).
Most of those are controlled by your diet (specifically energy balance). You can get a little stronger by eating just enough, but to get decent muscle mass past newbie gains you need to eat quite a bit more. Eating quite a bit more will give you great strength gains and muscle mass gains.
Whereas to lose fat you need to eat less than maintenance (at least most of the time).
See how your goals contradict each other?
You can make sure that you don't gain as much fat while bulking by doing a little cardio (quite tricky to get a good balance though, and tends to work better for 'endomorphic' builds), but DON'T use weight lifting for that...weight lifting is for building muscle/strength, nothing else.
Even if you can somehow get a good compromise and manage to do both goals (big/strong and lean) within the same short time frame, the results will be very poor compared to simply concentrating on one goal at a time. Don't make that mistake - you'll be at it for years with rubbish gains to show for it.