The Robots/Empire/Foundation universe is the only one where Asimov tried to join everything up. In addition to the books in those series, it's strongly implied (in Foundation and Earth) that The End of Eternity also fits in that timeline.
The robot stories (Donovan & Powell, and Susan Calvin) are (mostly) precursors to the Robots/Spacer novels, so they fit in too, and some of those do include a computer called Multivac, although that was a name he used in various places (eg in The Last Question, which can't really be said to fit).
I don't think any of the other books you mention fit within that timeline. Asimov did, after all, write around 500 books, many in contradictory universes, so it would be too much to expect them all to fit in. Many fans, me included, think he already went too far trying to harmonize the Robots and Foundation universes.