Let me understand this.
You want to lift it, which raises the center of gravity and increases the body roll.
You want to put bigger tires on it, which raises the center of gravity and increased the body roll.
You want it to ride smoother, which means it's more compliant, but without properly selecting anti-sway bars to match, will increase the body roll.
But you want less body roll.
It can be done, but you probably will need $ome major big buck$ to con$ider $uch work on almo$t any pickup truck.
It will NEVER ride like, say, a well dressed Mustang or even my 1991 Cougar XR7.
(I don't expect it to - it's a pickup truck, it rides softer than I was really expecting, and with the new shocks and supsension ... but it DOES roll some, due to how high up it is, compared to the Cougar.)