You can only shift this about an hour at a time, and it will probably take weeks to fix completely.
Pick an earlier time to get up, an hour or two at the most, and expect the child to need to nap for a while... but pick a time and be up and active, in an out of the room the child's in, chatting away, singing, making strongly flavoured foods that smell good...
Wake her gently but firmly, dress her, feed her and take her out. To a playground, to the library, to the store... a museum or whatever...
At bedtime, turn everything off, and lie down in the dark. Pretend to be asleep. In the morning, turn everything back on, and be up and active at a slightly earlier time... and continue.
She's going to have some jetlag, but the trick to that is to stay awake as long as possible, to be going back to sleep as tired as possible to 'reset' her body clock.
at 4:48 PM on Dec. 5, 2010