GCC Accepts both (reg) and 0(reg) for atomic instruction memory
operands. These instructions do not allow for an offset in their
encoding, so in the latter case, the 0 is silently dropped.
Due to how we have structured the RISCVAsmParser, the easiest way to add
support for parsing this offset is to add a custom AsmOperand and
parser. This parser drops all the parens, and just keeps the register.
This commit also adds a custom printer for these operands, which matches
the GCC canonical printer, printing both (a0) and 0(a0) as (a0).