[TOPI] Expose `topi::collapse_sum` to Python and support symbolic shape (#14541)

TOPI has an implementation of collapse_sum internally (tvm/topi/reduction.h) but it is not exposed to FFI and can not be called in Python side. This patch exposes it and adds related tests. And this PR lets the implementation of topi::collapse_sum support symbolic shape cases.
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