Cost-modeling decisions are tied to the compute interleave groups
(widening decisions, scalar and uniform values). When invalidating the
interleave groups, those decisions also need to be invalidated.
Otherwise there is a mis-match during VPlan construction.
VPWidenMemoryRecipes created initially are left around w/o converting them
into VPInterleave recipes. Such a conversion indeed should not take place,
and these gather/scatter recipes may in fact be right. The crux is leaving around
obsolete CM_Interleave (and dependent) markings of instructions along with
their costs, instead of recalculating decisions, costs, and recipes.
Alternatively to forcing a complete recompute later on, we could try
to selectively invalidate the decisions connected to the interleave
groups. But we would likely need to run the uniform/scalar value
detection parts again anyways and the extra complexity is probably not