Of course, every bicycle tire should roll very easily. Compared to a car, cyclists have only (very restricted) physical strength at their disposal, which of course should be used as efficiently as possible.
The rolling resistance of a tire should not be overestimated, as it is only a part of the total resistance. In addition, the correct inflation pressure has a much greater influence on rolling resistance than tire construction.
In order to make a tire with very low rolling resistance, it is necessary to compromise on other important factors such as puncture protection or grip.