It's pretty much unanimous among the pros than when you get down near 10 big blinds, you should pick a hand and push all-in. This isn't just to try to double up; it's also to take your shot while you have enough chips so the table isn't automatically priced in to call.
I think it would be safe to say "go all in", it's a good hand.
If you're short stacked the blinds will get you if you wait for a
better hand, and you may not get any better a hand in the time
you have before the blinds eat you up.