Think about this: you have a subset of actions that belongs to an object. The object may change, you may have lots of objects, thus they are dynamic in nature. However, the actions are immutable. They will always be Add, Edit, Delete and they will only exist as long as the object to which these actions reference exists. On top of this, the title is for teh object, so it makes no sense to use the different actions available for that object as title. If you go to any e-commerce site, you'll see the title for any dialog is the product name, not the "buy" action!
For example, let's say you have this:
Edit - My Foo Object
Add - My Foo Object (this is weird!)
Delete - My Foo Object
As you can see, it already has some issues. But let's go further:
Edit - My Foo Object 2
Add - My Foo Object 2 (this is weird!)
Delete - My Foo Object 2
Now your users have no idea what's going on. And each occurrence of "foo objects" will exponentially grow friction for user
However, if you use
Title ---- action | action | action
it's clear that those actions are referencing the object.
Just in case, try adding your real titles instead of "foo" and you'll see how patterns emerge