I do one of:
1] replace the clips individually - which requires finding the rivet-on clips and then the best thing is unplug/remove the transformer and fuse block so you can replace the clips out of the game since you have to drill out the old ones.
2]use something like littlefuse omni-bloks.
omni-bloks are ganged fuse blocks that you snap to length like these:
if you just want to replace one fuse position, snap one off. Littlefuse makes them in length 1-12 (replace the 05 in the above part number with whatever length you want, but finding certain lengths can be harder, so if replacing the entire fuse block just get one that is too long and snap off the extras.
many pinball parts suppliers have snap-to-length blocks from various manufacturers.
both the above are solder solutions. On games like surf club, it's easier to unscrew the fuse block from the head so you can access the back lugs with the soldering iron. There's a couple screws behind the fuses.
I wouldn't use screw terminal fuse holders or crimp on spade connectors ... if you can get in there to use either of those, soldering should be just as easy.
oh, and test all your existing clips. If you can bend a clip leg away from the fuse easily, it needs replacing. You may find many of the clips are weak or cracked, and it's simplest to replace the whole thing.