Kelly, who has been capped for his country at U21 level, will return to his club after the game in Oslo. England are short of defensive options following injuries to Tottenham's Kyle Walker and Manchester United's Chris Smalling.
Manager Roy Hodgson will have the chance to start working with the bulk of the England squad for the first time ahead of Euro 2012 when they report to their Manchester base.
Hodgson has had to wait three weeks since becoming manager to link up with new skipper Steven Gerrard and the majority of the players chosen to play at Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine this summer.
It leaves the former West Brom boss just 19 days and two friendly internationals against Norway and Belgium to hone his plans before the Euro 2012 opener with France on June 11.
The players will undergo their first training sessions with Hodgson on Wednesday and Thursday before flying out to Oslo on Friday for the game with Norway the following day.
The Chelsea contingent of John Terry, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Gary Cahill - plus stand-by player Daniel Sturridge - have been given extra time off after the club's Champions League heroics. They will not report for duty until next Tuesday when England link-up at their accustomed Hertfordshire base ahead of the clash with Belgium at Wembley on June 2.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is also working to the same schedule after playing with a minor injury during the latter part of the campaign.