I speculate that the advantage has diminished more because of flying hours or rather lack thereof. Back in 65/71 with US Military Assistance Program, parts and fuel were not much of an issue (yes there were sanctions after ‘65 but those were still relatively carefree days not like 90s with the crippling sanctions bringing F-16 fleet to a near halt). General Chuck Yeager said this about PAF pilots before ‘71.The advantage of 'We are better at Dog Fight' has diminished with the invention and deployment of HOBS. Granted, PAF has horned better tactics and should continue to do so to keep adversary far away as possible and keep shooting BVRs.
75 hours a month especially of hassling in the air is the kind of time you get at CCS or Top Gun of yore. With that much experience in the bag you are bound to be at the top of your trade. Now I suspect regular squadron pilots may get 15-20 hours per month at most. This maintains proficiency but not excellence. I could be wrong but my sense is 200 hours is the average outside of CCS instructors. Economy impacts everything. Again speculation on my part.