But conspicuously missing from the list of invited players are striker Emmanuel Toku and winger Gabriel Laveh.
The duo starred at the African U17 Championship in Gabon last month where the Black Starlets won silver.
Fabin has called up 12 players who were not at the Championship to augment his squad for the tournament to be played in India.
Academy sides WAFA SC and Right to Dream Academy have got five players each handed call-ups.
The Black Starlets will start preparations on Monday at the Ghanaman Soccer School of Excellence.
The 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup will run from 5-28 October.
Below are the players who have been invited to camp:
Kwame Aziz (Mandela Soccer Academy), Gideon Acquah (Bofoakwa Tano), Isaac Antah(Accra Young Wise), Kingsley Owusu (Dreams FC), Michael Acquaye (WAFA)
Eric Ayiah (Charity Stars), Mohammed Iddriss (Cheetah FC), Kwadwo Opoku (Attram De Viser Academy)
Samuel Mone Andoh (Zein FC), Ibrahim Sulley (New Life FC), Bismark Terry Owusu (Mandela Soccer Academy), John Otu (Still Believe),
Edmund Arko-Mensah (Wa All Stars), Nathaniel Opoku Onyinah (Sporting Club Accra)
Aminu Mohammed (WAFA) Rudolf Blagogee (FC Mamobi), Evans Sarfo (Asokwa Deportivo), Kudus Mohammed (Right to Dream Academy),
Kelvin Ofori (Right to Dream Academy), Isaac Atanga (Right to Dream Academy) Emmanuel Danso (Right to Dream Academy), Kamal Sowah (Right to Dream Academy)
Jamal Haruna (WAFA), Inusah Adams (WAFA), Francis Boateng (WAFA), Ernest Boahene (Vision FC).