internal/lsp/source: fix composite literal type name completion

Fix completion in the following cases:

    type foo struct{}

    // now we offer "&foo" instead of "foo"
    var _ *foo = fo<>{}

    struct { f *foo }{
      // now we offer "&foo" instead of "*foo"
      f: fo<>{},
    }

Composite literal type names are a bit special because they are part
of an arbitrary value expression rather than just a standalone type
name expression. In particular, they can be preceded by "&", which
affects how they relate to the surrounding context. The "&" doesn't
technically apply to the type name, but we must take it into account.

I made three changes to fix the behavior:
1. When we want to make a composite literal type name into a pointer,
   we use "&" instead of "*".
2. Record if a composite literal type is already has a "&" so we don't
   add it again.
3. Fix "var _ *foo = fo<>{}" to properly infer expected type of "*foo"
   by not stopping at *ast.CompositeLit searching up AST path when the
   position is in the type name (as opposed to within the curlies).

Change-Id: Iee828f259eb939646b68f5066614ea3a262585c2
Reviewed-on: https://go-review.googlesource.com/c/tools/+/247525
Run-TryBot: Muir Manders <muir@mnd.rs>
TryBot-Result: Gobot Gobot <gobot@golang.org>
Reviewed-by: Robert Findley <rfindley@google.com>
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tree: 1fb83a772c34bdb0340de7baaf57cb9d2919cf2a
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