Space will not be the only factor in where you place the new space. If you are talking about expanding the capacity of the existing drives you should look at what do the underlying volumes have backing them. I.e how many physical drives are assigned to the drive arrays and what the RAID levels are for those arrays.
For HDDs the more drives you have in an array the better it will perform. The amount of improvement will be a "Your mileage will vary" answer based on what your hardware is and how it is configured.
As an example of how to start at making that determination let assume the following:
Drive G has 20 1TB drives in a RAID 10 configuration.
Drive H has 22 146GB drives in a RAID 10.
Your new drives are another 28 146GB drives. You might want to add those to the H drive array as they are the same drive spec.
If your new drives are not the same to the drives already being used in one of the two arrays I would do some capacity planning to see how to break down the new drives into multiple arrays and spread some of the existing data files across things based on the access pattern of your data.
You can also check out some posts from Brent Ozar and team on disk io
For SSD disks there is a completely different way of looking at things. Check out the video from Brent