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Mujhe aap sab se pyar hai/mohabbat hai
Explanation: now, this sentence is for your family, people close to you.
If you use ISHQ HAI, it is for a single person. to the woman you love or to the man you love.
There are many ways of telling it. But the meaning is conveyed in the answer.
You can also say,
Mujhe aap se/tum sab se pyar hai.
kisi say kehna chahta/chahtee hoon keh mujhay aapsay mohabbat hey.
Explanation: Infact here conflict appear for 'someone'(which is singular) and 'them'(which is plural), but the thing is that in Urdu we can even say "AAP" to a single as well as many. So here a person (He or She) is wanting to say some single that he/she love him/her. AAP is taken as THEM in English but it can be used for single in Urdu with more respect.