So to follow up on what I did if anyone is interested and the outcome......
First I cut the bracket so I can adjust the wall. Moved wall out about 3/4" from where it was.
Then I dynamatted all the walls and floor.
Then I sprayed on adhesive over the dynamat on the walls and ceiling and applied a layer of reflextix.
I had to cut out the areas around the bracket so I could still fit the fridge in the space.
I put a piece of weatherstripping foam seal around the opening as I am trying to keep contact minimal between the fridge and the cabinets. I installed fridge back in as it went fine. I put foam sliders on the base of the fridge so it slid on the dynamt easily. Even with the reflextix it still has a 2" breathing gap on the top of the fridge for air flow to get to the compressor which is basically what it had before.
So the final outcome is that I reduced the noise by 50% if not more. Interesting note... the fridge is held in place by four screws through the face and two through the sides. I left the two screws out through the sides and kept the four screws on the face relatively loose. I noticed when I tightened them up it transmitted the vibration back into the van again. The fridge is secure and not going anywhere as it doesn't budge when I move it with everything loose so that is how I am going to keep it.
If someone wanted to reduce some immediate noise without pulling the fridge entirely out it can be done right at the face mount. Hope this helps someone.
Also this was probably the more expensive route to take due to the dynamat. One might be able to get same results with just reflextix I imagine? Noise bothers me when sleeping so I need it to be quiet. This fix should also have the refrigerator run less due to being better insulated now as well.