As @Mike-And-Jane0 have stated a Super Host has to have more night stays. 10 complete stays in a year or 100 nights in 3 stays. So yes the statement could be correct that they have made more money than a regular hosts
But regular hosts could still make more money as also stated by @Mike-And-Jane0 because they have received a couple of a low scoring reviews through complaints of the host, accommodation quality not what the guest expected, value, communication, location, property not as described, or maybe something not functioning because of electricity blackout because of weather conditions or too much snow, rain and landslides. With this you have had to make cancellations more than your allocated 3 without being effecting your hosts status.
As @Vasilis59 has pointed out if you are a host you have to aim high, be open minded and be on your best behaviour to not not rock the boat for the guest. We are in the hands of the guest and how they are feeling within such as, mentally and physically while they are staying in your accommodation.
Today, there is a change in this world and in different countries which could possibly effect all hosts on Airbnb.
Currently and we have experienced floods, excessive rains or bushfires that are happening in my country Australia. War in Ukraine which effects all countries in Europe. Earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. Cyclones, floods and large Earthquake rumblings in our neighbouring country New Zealand, where our daughter lives who at this stage is unaffected. But our brother who has been affected in Gisborne and their families. The Pacific Islands who are all our neighbours are effected with rising oceans.
These incidents should be taken into consideration as these events will and do affect Super Host status.