I would suggest that you express your genuine desire to spend some special time with her. Do so without any attempt to blame her for her present peer-oriented behavior. She does not need to be burdened with the thought that she is hurting you terribly because she doesn't want to spend much time with you. Ask her if there are some things that she would like to do with you that she could work into the time that you spend with her. Maybe the two of you could have a regular weekly breakfast out together at her favorite restaurant. Then she would have her whole day ahead of her to do whatever she wanted to with her friends. The goal here is to make her feel important enough to you that you want to spend some regular time with her. Ask some open-ended questions about how the two of you might do that and let her take the lead in terms of what she'd like to do and how much time she'd like to spend doing that. If you are on good terms with your ex-wife, ask her for some help on this.
Your daughter needs to feel your love and you can express that love in many ways, many of which do not necessitate long periods of time alone with her. Expressing more interest in her life and what matters to her on a regular basis would give her a feeling of being appreciated. That feeling could lead to her wanting to take some time to spend with you. Don't stop trying to connect with her because you are not getting what you need from her emotionally. Continue to be an affectionate father who always shows his daughter his love.