Sheikh `Abd al-Rahmân al-`Ajlân, lecturer at the Grand Mosque in Mecca
The evening remembrances that we are recommended to observe may be offered after the time of the `Asr prayer or the Maghrib prayer.
Allah says: “So glory be to Allah, when you reach eventide and when you rise in the morning. Yes, to Him be praise in the heavens and on Earth; and in the late afternoon and when the day begins to decline.” [Sûrah al-Rûm: 17-18]
Actually, any time would be acceptable, and there is really no harm in either offering these remembrances early or in delaying them.
And Allah knows best.
Source: Islam Today