I haven't come across any books dedicated solely to the sport of training for Track Cycling. I guess Track Cycling is a secretive niche sport that it is economically unfeasible for someone to write a book - triathlon and road cycling are more popular variations of the sport. I am certainly not qualified to write a book on the subject. But if there was such a book, then the framework might go something like this:
1 - Analyzing the demands of track cycling.
2 - Assessing your health and functional strength.
3 - Testing and baseline fitness measurements.
4 - Creating a yearly training plan based on your goals.
5 - Building strength in the gym.
6 - Building power in the gym.
7 - Indoor cycling workouts.
8 - Pre-hab, core, agility workouts & stretching / massage.
9 - Converting strength and power to speed on the bicycle.
10 - Kilometer training.
11 - 500 meter training.
12 - 200 meter training.
13 - Match sprint training.
14 - Mass event and endurance training.
15 - Team events training.
16 - Motor pacing and leg speed workouts.
17 - Tactics and mental preparation.
18 - Equipment selection & aerodynamics.
19 - Gearing selection.
20 - Race day preparation.