[internal-branch.go1.20-vendor] http2: fix underflow in http2 server push

After CL 534215 was merged to fix a CVE it introduced
an underflow when we try to decrement sc.curHandlers
in handlerDone.

The func startPush calls runHandler without incrementing
curHandlers. Seems to only affect users of http.Pusher.

For golang/go#63511
For golang/go#63740

Change-Id: Ic537c27c9945c2c2d4306ddb04e9527b65cee320
GitHub-Last-Rev: 249fe55f7501ca607f70e8050c6546995cd808e8
GitHub-Pull-Request: golang/net#197
Reviewed-on: https://go-review.googlesource.com/c/net/+/535595
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(cherry picked from commit 37479d671cd577ab022df2c2b7164ddc8ad735f7)
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