I decided to plug in four relevant strings* into COHA and see what's what:
nada. zip. zilch. bupkiss.
With the exception of gonna, they show the same pattern of a rise in frequency throughout the 20th Century, and all were in use in the 1960s for sure. Now I suspect this rise in frequency has more to do with editing than language use. I suspect it has gradually become more and more acceptable to print these forms in publications. The mystery remains why gonna did not come along for the ride.
*note that I literally mean strings, not words. There are potentially other spellings of these forms.