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No, the creature returned to the battlefield by undying is considered a new creature because it changed zones (two times, from battlefield to graveyard and then back from graveyard to battlefield). It's not in combat, and won't deal combat damage to Abattoir Ghoul.
400.7. An object that moves from one zone to another becomes a new object with no memory of, or relation to, its previous existence.
There are seven exceptions to this rule:
This rule has some exceptions, but undying isn't one of them.
Your Stalker won't be dealing any combat damage this turn. When a creature changes zones, it is removed from combat. (In addition, any time a creature leaves the battle field and comes back it is considered a new game object in terms of the rules. It generally has no memory of its previous state, such as "I was blocking that.")