How did you get revoked?
The state normally needs only to send notice of potential suspension/revocation to your address of record. Many/most people don't live at that address, but each person has a duty to update their license info.
I'm not in your state. In my state, if you get your license back in order before your court date (ASAP!!!) the prosecutor may amend this to something that is just about money, or potentially dismiss it. (I've gotten prosecutors to dismiss when the client gets right on the revocation/suspension and it was for something they wouldn't naturally have notice of, as opposed to a judge telling you that you are suspended.)
Would it be smart to ask for expendited sentencing at trial?
If you are pleading guilty you don't go to trial. If you don't have a defense, little can be gained by going to trial. If you aren't reinstated by the time you go to court, you likely don't want to speed the process up. Buying time might be the best idea.