You could try to put your computer in high power mode.
If it’s a laptop this could make a big difference, like plugging in the power cord does for some.
Play with the buffer sizes for your audio interface and Overbridge.
While a bigger buffer size can protect from buffer underruns, it can also choke a system because a larger amount of memory has to be managed.
Increasing the buffer size beyond a certain point will actually degrade the peformance.
Every system has a “sweet spot” where it performs best.
If you go too far below or above that, performance will suffer a lot.
Update all drivers for your computer, especially the audio drivers.
Try to work with the drivers that Windows Update can install, most of those are lighter on the system and tested.
Only install driver packages from the manufacturer if you really need them.
I hope this helps, but sometimes these types of processes can’t be stabilized if the system is not up for it. And it’s not always dependent on system speed, a lot of factors come into play.
For what it’s worth, using the Digitakt as the main audio interface for Ableton(with or without Overbridge) should eliminate the problem completely because you bypass the SRC process.
It may be a bit of a hassle, but at least you should always get clean recordings this way.