I have a symmetric $d \times d$ matrix $A$ and I have the following functional: $$ \mathcal J(h) := \int_{B_1(0)} \vert \langle Au,u \rangle\vert \frac{\vert h'(\vert u \vert)\vert}{\vert u \vert} du, $$ where $B_1(0)$ is the unit ball in $\mathbb R^d$ and $h \in C_c^\infty(\mathbb R)$ with $\text{supp}\, h\subset [-1,1]$ and $\int h = 1$. Let me denote by $H$ the set of these functions $h$. I would like to find/estimate $$ \inf_{h \in H} \mathcal J(h). $$

Do you have any ideas on how to approach this kind of problems? I have never heard nor read about such a problem. I have been playing with some toy models in $\mathbb R^2$ without success, I do not even manage to guess who is the infimum.