[vm] Minor improvements to FFI function tests.

Most importantly, we move resolution of symbols in function_test to the toplevel
so the same function object is re-used on each invocation. This makes it possible to
tests repeated invocations with the optimization counter enabled.

Also added some comments and new tests.

Change-Id: I3772a1f15d1ad9924c8583112ddf3b1349fb6c09
Reviewed-on: https://dart-review.googlesource.com/c/sdk/+/96083
Reviewed-by: Daco Harkes <dacoharkes@google.com>
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