A 3.0 on the analytical writing is on the low side but this should not be a problem because as cwr said, the real question they want to answer is "Can MYOMAO communicate well in English?"
A 157 on the GRE-V is decent and having a degree at a US school means you definitely needed to write essays and operate in English. Your English in this post is definitely above the standard required. In addition, the committee will also see your SOP and other aspects of your application that involve you writing in English.
Overall, I think you are kind of worrying too much about the little details. You will score very highly in the Physics GRE (you don't need a 990), you have a 4.0 GPA, you have strong GRE scores and you have a US bachelors degree. In my opinion, you have a profile strong enough to be competitive at every single school in the world so I think it's time to move away from worrying about the small details and work on your application materials, picking which schools to apply to, and crafting your SOP.
And finally, I remember being in your shoes and also being very nervous and worried because grad school is such a big goal. So please consider what I'm about to say in the nicest and well-meaning way possible. When top students such as yourself worry so much about little things (e.g. "I can get a 990 but will it be a perfect raw score?" or "Oh no, my GPA is 3.99 because of a single A-, will this hurt me?" etc.), it sounds a lot like "humble-bragging" or showing off. I don't think you're doing it on purpose, but consider what you are saying from the point of view of a neutral third party! I am also saying this as advice for you because sometimes the "humble-brag/show-off" behaviour makes people less likely to want to help you. Sorry if that was harsh. Like I said, I sympathize with how you feel but you need to stop worrying about these details and also consider how you sound! You are going to have one of the best applications this year. Great job! Now go and apply and get into those schools
(and write the PGRE!)