You would probably be better off with option #2, ideally spending $15 more on a better video card to even out the two sets of prices.
However, there should be some older Intel G series processors and H61 motherboards that are available for the same $81 and $45 that those cost in #2 and it will probably perform better as an end result.
You can do the crossfire with 6570, but the A6 isn't really a processor I would do a lot of crossfiring with. It has only 3 cores all of which are slow, and crossfiring is a considerable tax on processors. Plus, it would be using 1333 RAM which would make it even worse. The Llano processors use regular RAM as VRAM which means the 6570 card would not just be waiting on the processor but also on slow RAM too.
The Llano chips are great if you are going to stick completely with the integrated graphics and you have RAM working at 1866 or higher, but really only then.
If you were looking at getting an A10-5800k, an A75 or A85 board, and some 1866 RAM, that would be a real contender with these setups though. Probably better than them, even, but you might not be able to do it with only $230. Probably not, even. I haven't checked the prices, though.
- Edit - I just checked prices and an A10 might not be out of the question.
Newegg prices in USD for a potential setup would be
A10-5800k = $130
ASRock FM2A75M-DGS = $50
Corsair Vengance 2x 4GBs 1866 = $49
That doesn't mean all that is available in India for those prices, though.