This is very table/opponent specific. It also changes a lot whether we're talking about tournaments or cash games. I'm making the assumption that it's cash, if you're only interested in tournaments then ignore me, also even in cash games you're going to need to adjust which pocket pair falls into what part of your range a lot depending on position/opponents etc.
Just because I find it difficult to explain that select group on it's own, my opinion on pocket pairs in general:
Small pocket pairs, roughly 22-66 have very little showdown value and will usually only win pots by hitting a set or bluffing
(possibly with the best hand). There will be some spots where you win decent pots with them unimproved but usually your EV isn't that great because all you can beat is air or a draw and that range almost invariably strengthens greatly by the river.
The reason I mention small pockets is because I don't think you can call everything less than TT small pockets, 77-99 (or 77-JJ depending on circumstances) have some value as a one pair hand, they beat SCers that caught a pair, they beat small pockets and ace high, their showdown value is enough that playing them only for sets is wasting them. This range doesn't play very well against tight players in 3bet/4bet pots and is either set mining or trying to pick of AK, however against more aggressive opponents and calling stations 99-JJ can definately start entering your pre-flop all in range at 100bb deep or less.
QQ is almost never a mistake to get all of your chips in pre-flop with. Play it very aggressively pre-flop and learn to play it well post-flop (when to play for stacks and when to pot control or fold). AA/KK are obviously in the same group as QQ in that it's almost never a mistake to keep raising pre-flop (and often a mistake to call). Apart from anything else playing these hands fast is important for a balanced 3bet/4bet range. The main difference between QQ and AA is that as stacks grow past 150bb or so it is usually a mistake to get QQ all in pre-flop (150bb may be debatable depending on how agressively you play, but bigger stacks = bad for QQ). You're also going to have a lot more way ahead/way behind situations with QQ.