Student or Learner
Can I say:
I'll arrive to you
You'll arrive to me
In general, arrive and come are very similar, but "arrive to" is flat wrong.
I'll come to you. You'll come to me. (This is what you want to say).
The train will arrive/arrives/will come/comes at 7.
I have come = I have arrived. Both good.
Arrive at a place. Arrive at a given time. "Arrive/come on time" (set phrase, no extra qualifications) = "Not be late"
With "there" or "here": go there, come here.
The bus comes here, goes there.
The bus arrives here at 7. The bus arrives there at 7. (cannot omit the time).
Come to this place. Come to this person.