Yup the configuration lines on the module and the appliance are indentical, I think more of the docs are module oriented because of the sell numbers
From a best practice perspective, is it best to put the ACE VIP on a seperate routed VLAN ?
Not really the design that you want to implement depends on what's already setup on your environment, regardless of the mode that you want to go with Bridged/One-Armed/Routed you can expect same load balancing performance, for example clients would not go with One-Armed mode if they need to avoid client NAT for auditing purposes or something.
I notice the network diagram has the ACE on VLAN 50 and the servers on VLAN 51 with the MSFC routing between the 2./Or can I have both the ACE physical and VIP on the same subnet as my server farm ?
That's a Cisco's different (weird) sketch for a one-armed design, the diagram that commonly you see is like this
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