There isn't. Simply because there is no need to rebuild all indices and the net result will be 0.
You would need to write your own code.
create or replace procedure rebuild_indices(p_owner in varchar2) is
for idx in (select index_name from dba_tables where owner = p_owner) loop
execute immediate 'alter index '||p_owner||'.'||idx.index_name||' rebuild online'; // nologging means the logging will stay off after rebuilding
Senior Oracle DBA
For your next worthless task, you should make left handed tennis rackets.
I haven't thought it all the way through, but there might be a way to do it with expdp. The bigger question, of course, is why do you want to do this?
I repeat the question: there is an out of the box package inside oracle that rebuild all indexes for a specific schema table?
No - there would be little or no need to ever do that.