That depends upon upon your total taxable income and other factors. You could instead increase your paycheck withholding and/or make periodic estimated tax payments. Try this (for 2020, but should give a 2021 approximation):
There are no specific rules on how much to withhold from your Social Security.
The amount you withhold from any source of income (wages, social security, pension, etc), depends on your overall income. Also, you can withhold more from one source of income (e.g. social security) to make up for withholding less (or nothing) from another source (e.g. pension). The objective is to have your total withholding (from all sources) closely match your total tax liability.