It has always been my position that God is all-knowing, so God knows everything, including the consequences of free will.
Firstly, I think it is illogical for any human to say what God should do. The minute we say what God should do that is merely a personal opinion based upon our personal expectations. If an all-knowing God exists, that God has to know what He should do better than any human can ever know that since no human is all-knowing.
Secondly, Not only is it impossible for any human to know what God would do under any given set of circumstances, what we might imagine God would do is yet another personal opinion based upon our personal expectations of God.
By the same account it's also illogical to believe in something with completely no evidence except anecdotal stories.
To answer your question, if God is defined as all-loving and good, what God would do is what God decides is all-loving and good for humans, not what humans imagine that to be. What God should do is not even relevant. Since God has no obligations to any humans God is not subject to shoulds. Only humans have obligations and are thus subject to shoulds, since only humans are accountable to other humans and accountable to God, if they believe in God.
Atheists like to apply logic to God but logic cannot be applied to God. I think I said this before but just in case here it is again.
Everything in this physical world is subject to the rules of logic but the rules of logic do not apply to God. God is and has always been immensely exalted beyond all that can ever be recounted or perceived, everlastingly hidden from the eyes of men. Such an entity can never be subject to human logic and it would be illogical to think so. It is absurd to expect to be able to encapsulate an infinite God with the finite human mind.
An entity beyond logic. Things like that were said about Inana, the first God. But Inana is fiction. Now this God which is only in stories has more rules and you claim to know them?
According to my beliefs, the only way humans can ever know anything about God is through the revelations of God that come to man through Messengers of God, which are recorded in scriptures of religions.
Well that's a bit odd because I have a feeling you are only going to accept the revelations you like. While others use revelations they like. Sounds like what's most likely true is they are all made-up by people.
You realize the Islamic revelations say all Christians and Jews are liers and cursed? Christian revelations say no other people will have revelations.
It might seem irreconcilable that a loving God could exist given we live in a world where there is so much suffering, bear in mind that there is also joy in this world, and atheists never give God any credit for that.
No, don't give credit to Yahweh, Inana or Zeus for the joy in the world? Why would they do that? Those are fiction?
However, the main point I would like to make is that this earthly life is not the be-all and the end-all. This life is only a very small part of our total existence. After we depart from this world we go to another world where there will be no more suffering, only joy and gladness for all of eternity. That is how the suffering in this world is reconciled.
The only evidence on this is those are Greek/Roman/Persian myths adopted by the Hebrew religious thinkers right before Christianity. Myths do not represent things that are real. They are things that are made-up. Before this period (Hellenistic religion) Greeks didn't do the afterlife, neither did Romans.
On gravestones they wrote -
Non Fui, Fui, Non Sum, Non Curo
I was not, I was, I am not, I care not.