Not for current versions of LibreOffice.
But this issue is not because of OpenGL.
The text rendering engine was updated/changed in LO v5.3.
This broke the anti-aliasing on Windows.
There no longer is full ClearType sub-pixel anti-aliasing.
Now Windows anti-aliasing is only grayscale, and only one direction.
Take a screenshot of your text using 10-11 pt type at 100% in LO and then look at that image at high zoom.
You will see only gray pixels anti-aliasing.
Use the Separate Install GUI tool to install v126.96.36.199 and compare the text at the pixel level.
You will also notice the odd character spacing issue (gaps) at smaller sizes is also gone.
Do the same screenshot again - and you will see the full color sub-pixel anti-aliasing.
Note the issue is in LibreOffice which is using the very old GDI instead of DirectWrite.
Microsoft fixed this with the release of DirectWrite and ClearType about 10 years ago.
LO 5.3 on Windows broke the quality text rendering of previous versions.
What you have now is basically going back to the Windows XP era.