I think the native speaker would say 'I have hardly any' rather than 'I hardly have any'. 'Hardly any' is an expression, I think.
Having spoken to our English specialists, both 'I have hardly any' and 'I hardly have any' are correct but the latter is a bit more colloquial and very, very common.
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