All MkII's have an F series diff, which has a 7.5" crownwheel. LSD's were not standard equipment on all models, but it was an option for all MkII's. As mentioned above you can check the axle code on your build plate to determine if your car was originally fitted with one; 2 = single spinner, 3 = LSD. You won't find 5 (4-pinion LSD) on a MkII, despite what everyone seems to think!
The factory LSD's are the clutch type, and there were a fairly wide range of gear ratios available from 3.5:1 to 4.3:1 depending on year, spec and country of origin.
As for strength, there are lots of quick turbo MkII's getting around with F diffs. Mine has held up to a 400hp 2JZ and several 12 second passes, so that's a pretty good vote of confidence. Of course they're not indestructible - like any diff it will break if abused.