cmd/compile: better dclcontext handling in func{hdr,body}

funchdr and funcbody currently assume that either (1) Curfn == nil &&
dclcontext == PEXTERN, or (2) Curfn != nil && dclcontext == PAUTO.
This is a reasonable assumption during parsing. However, these
functions end up getting used in other contexts, and not all callers
are so disciplined about Curfn/dclcontext handling.

This CL changes them to save/restore arbitrary Curfn/dclcontext pairs
instead. This is necessary for the followup CL, which pushes fninit
earlier. Otherwise, Curfn/dclcontext fall out of sync, and funchdr
panics.

Passes toolstash-check.

Updates #33485.

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