There is no canon info regarding Harry visiting the Dursleys. Nothing on Wikia, books, or JKR quote sources.
We can infer that the answer is most likely "no" from some info:
However, I know that after Dudley’s brave attempt at reconciliation at the start of Deathly Hallows, the two cousins would have remained on ‘Christmas Card’ terms for the rest of their lives, and that Harry would have taken his family to visit Dudley’s when they were in the neighbourhood (occasions dreaded by James, Albus and Lily). (Src: jkrowling.com)
Harry and Dudley would still see each other enough to be on Christmas-card terms, but they would visit more out of a sense of duty and sit in silence so that their children could see their cousins. (src: J.K. Rowling's comments at Carnegie Hall)
Given that Harry has a much better relationship with Dudley (as per the scene where they are leaving #4 Privet Drive in DH) than with his Aunt/Uncle, and even that only lends itself to visiting with kids so they play with relatives - Harry would have zero reason to bother visiting the Dursleys.