Correct answer is Tout
Just clarification, Tout here means everything, that's why it is tout not tous? Can tout (as a pronuon) be used as a stand alone subject ?
You are correct in thinking that 'tout' in 'tout est bien qui finit bien' means everything/all and in this sentence, it is the subject of 'est bien'.
Other examples might be -
Tout dépend de toi = Everything depends on you
Je t' ai tout dit = I have told you everything
Vous avez compris? ---> oui, tout! = Have you understood? -----> yes, everything!
Hope this helps!
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