Does the builder pattern apply to this problem?

I have the following code and I am not sure if the builder factory is the best approach to solve this code duplication.

createA(a, b, c, e: {e1, e2}){
    return{
    a
    b
    c
    e
    }
}

createB(a, b, e: {e1, e2, e3}){
    return{
    a
    b
    e
    }
}

createC(a, e: {e1, {ee1, ee2}, e3}){
    return{
    a
    b
    e.ee1
    e.ee2
    {e1, e2}
    }
}

The problem here is that there are some params that are used in each function but not others. This is only an example. The real functions have a lot, so I prefer not to use optional params, and as you can see with these params build a JSON object that in general is almost the same between these functions.

I thought to create one class and set the common parameters in the constructor and the rest in a lot of functions like createA (b, c, e: {e1, e2}) and get the common params from the constructor, but probably another pattern is more common or expected, so what are your recommendations for this?

EDIT

Finnaly I used the following code:

class builderJson{

   private a

   constructor(a){
       this.a = a
   }

   private buildBase(params){
       return {a, params}
   }

   public buildA(b,c,e){
       return this.buildBase(b,c,e)
   }

   ...

}

Kind regards.