If you can cold crash, that will help you immensely, and it won't have any impact on bottle conditioning, if that's what you do. I have a friend who cannot cold crash and uses gelatin-- it works surprisingly well! Secondary isn't really going to help clear your beer any more than leaving it in primary longer. My typical process: 10 day primary, 2-4 day cold crash, rack to keg, place in keezer on gas for 5+ days, start drinking... it's usually pretty clear by this point.
Another option is to use a more flocculant yeast- S-04 fermented cool (64˚) will clear right up for you.