[release-branch.go1.19] crypto/x509: fix system root tests + darwin intermediate handling

On Windows, replace tests which rely on a root that expired last year.
On Darwin fix an test which wasn't testing the expected behavior, and
fix the behavior which was broken.

Updates #58791
Fixes #58810

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