[fidl] Read and write correct flag bits in txn headers

Use the header to obtain the unmarshaling context for reading requests
and use the marshaler context to update the header for writing responses
in the Go bindings. Previously this was done on the client side but
not on the server side.

Test: fx run-test go_fidl_tests
Change-Id: Iad057d22fd9d7f6b2ac9c7aa6a5a8f52e73d2386
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