As your wing is on the downside of fuselage you would have to add the shim behind the backscrew, but then how you said both right. And the extra drag will compensate a bit the other effect of moving back the pressure point, so I just would recommend this if you love drag and want to go slower. And I think the foot placement will not change so much as maybe needed.
And to add this:
I would drill a new hole also through the LF carbon fuselage. As both holes should have around 6 cm distance I think it would be enough to add just another hole in the same distance towards frontwing and then go with the strut one step forward as you already and originaly can do with the stabilizer. I don't think that even the LF carbon fuselage is such a piece of construction art, that the new hole will affect the stability more than the existing holes already do. Just be sure to do it well with proper tool.
If you additionally lower just slightly the stabis negative pitch (shim about 0,3 mm behind back screw, here you may use a plastic piece), you will end up in a very easy way with about 8 cm foot stance towards back. If you then are able to go a bit faster you can add another 2-4 cm
@Kamikuza: Reading the questions and the other answers before answering yourself could increases the precision of your own answers