InstCombine adds users of transformed instruction to working list to
process on the same iteration. However gc.relocate may have a hidden
user (next gc.relocate) which is connected through gc.statepoint intrinsic.
In this case if the next gc.relocation is already processed it will not be added
to worklist and will not be able to be processed on the same iteration.
Let's we have the following case:
A = gc.relocate(null)
B = statepoint(A)
C = gc.relocate(B, hidden(A))
If C is already considered then after replacement of A with null, statepoint B
instruction will be added to the queue but not C.
C can be processed only on the next iteration.
If the chain of relocation is pretty long the many iteration may be required.
So this change is mostly compiler time optimization.