“Gone too soon” is correct and “gone to soon” is incorrect. “Too” means something similar to “excessively” while “to” is a preposition and part of an infinitive verb in English.
He was a lovely man. Gone too soon
We need to use “too” because we want to show that he was gone “excessively soon”.
Too vs To
To is a preposition and part of the infinitive of a verb.
I am driving to the cinema.
I need to drink water right now.
Too is an adverb that means “also” and “excessively”.
I miss you too.
I ate too much chocolate.
Another way to say Gone too soon
If you want another way to say” gone too soon” then you can say:
Gone before his time
She left us before her time
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