[CostModel] Return an invalid cost for memory ops with unsupported types
Fixes getTypeConversion to return TypeScalarizeScalableVector when a scalable vector
type cannot be legalized by widening/splitting. When this is the method of legalization
found, getTypeLegalizationCost will return an Invalid cost.
The getMemoryOpCost, getMaskedMemoryOpCost & getGatherScatterOpCost functions already call
getTypeLegalizationCost and will now also return an Invalid cost for unsupported types.
Reviewed By: sdesmalen, david-arm
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D102515