It could theoretically be contained in a vacuum by an electromagnetic field
Depends on if you're planning on storing charged particles or uncharged particles of anti-matter. Magnetic fields don't work for the latter.
Really though with the amount of energy it'd take to contain enough anti-matter to make a reasonably powerful bomb, you'd probably be better off using that energy to process nuclear materials into weapons-grade levels of refinement or even just make conventional explosives.
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I dunno, I came up with a theoretical model for an anti-matter bomb after I had already thought of three ways to "create" energy without breaking the laws of physics. (Fission, fusion, and colliding matter and antimatter)