Are you just starting judo? Because if you are, this schedule is a pipe dream.
If you're not just starting and have worked yourself up to where you can handle 1) high volume and 2) a beating on your joints, then give this a shot.
But, if you are new, you should probably just do judo for a while, and adapt your plan as your work capacity increases.
It is my experience that they help very much, but it is my opinion that having a whole day devoted to them, while doing judo three times a week, will leave your joints creaking and broken.
I work them in on my lifting days - but not all the time, and only when I can. Maybe I should work them more, but I do enjoy devoting some time to just lifting heavy things.
No. Don't do that. In fact, do the opposite.
You are taking judo. Have you forgotten that?
If you are serious about a combat sport, you must reevaluate your goals.
What is progress? Progress for me used to be lifting heavier weights and getting bigger and eating as much as I could.
Progress for me now is adding an extra round to my boxing days, hearing a more consistent pop when I hit the bag or the pads, and having my coach say , "You're looking better."
Oh, I've got some more muscle on me? Cool. But I box.
Your goals must change accordingly.
This will get you a plethora of answers depending who you talk to. I am of the opinion that the usefulness of the bench press is vastly overrated, and the destruction it can wreak upon your shoulders, vastly underrated.
However, dumbbell bench should be incorporated if you can do it - and I assume you can because its doubtful your shoulders are more fucked up than mine, and I can still do it - but most of my pressing work comes in the form of overhead pressing and pushups. It has worked well for me.
It is not a good idea. You will have a very strong core, and pussy ass legs that can't move anyone around.
Follow a basic lifting program and get your back, your legs, and your abs as strong as you possibly can. Get your overhead press, your rows, and your rear deltoids as strong as you possibly can. However, DO NOT SACRIFICE STRENGTH, especially in the deadlift or the squat. These exercises are of paramount importance in any grappling sport, especially a standing one.
Others with more experience in judo can offer better advice on specificity, especially KMC should he see this thread.