Windows: Fix deleting directory in JNI code

`bazel clean` command sometimes fails on Windows with
"Directory not empty" error. But when checking the directory after the
failure, we don't see any file or directory under it.
After debugging, we cannot find any unclosed file handle, either.

However, when trying to delete the bazel output directory with `rm -rf" it
succeeds everytime. The reason is that Cygwin worked around a Windows
issue at this commit:
https://github.com/Alexpux/Cygwin/commit/28fa2a72f810670a0562ea061461552840f5eb70

The problem is, I quote:
""
Intensive testing shows that sometimes directories, for which
the delete disposition has already been set, and the deleting
handle is already closed, can linger in the parent dir for a
couple of ms for no apparent reason (Windows Defender or other
real-time scanners are suspect).
""

In this commit, we use a similar way to retry deleting the directory when
its "deleted" sub-dirs are still lingering under it.

Related https://github.com/bazelbuild/bazel/issues/5907

Closes #7462.

PiperOrigin-RevId: 234777436
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