Fortran: Fix suprious dependencies with submodules

In commit 695f0d0d (cmFortranParser: Parse keywords as lexical tokens,
2016-09-05, v3.7.0-rc1~150^2) we created keyword-specific variants of
the original `USE WORD other EOSTMT` production, such as
`MODULE WORD other EOSTMT` and `INTERFACE WORD other EOSTMT`.  The same
pattern was used by more keyword-specific productions in commit b5ac8b8a
(Fortran: Add support for submodule syntax in dependency scanning,
2016-09-05, v3.7.0-rc1~73^2~1).

The postfix part (`other`) of several keyword-specific productions is
not needed to match Fortran syntax.  See the Fortran 2018 standard,
para.4.1.4/1 on p.28, para.14.2.1/2 on pp.293-294.  The postfix is
needed only for a case of operator 'use':

    use <module-name> [, only : <list-of-vars>]

The unnecessary postfix matching from the keyword-specific productions
such as module, submodule, and interface declarations can cause spurious
module dependencies to be detected, so remove it.

Extend the test suite with examples covering the previously-broken
cases.

Fixes: #18427
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