Stronger yes, but more expensive and less scratch resistant.
If the hatch
was properly designed in the first place, and that design included the use of acrylic
as a glazing material, then substituting a stronger material will provide no appreciable benefit to the use and performance of the hatch
As it is, I replaced my thirty year old hatch lenses for aesthetic rather than structural reasons. In spite of the acrylic material having been significantly degraded with age, it had not failed structurally. At what point the crazing impacts the strength of the material enough for it to be a concern I couldn't say.