Just to be clear, you can’t replicate/protect the vCenter that is connected to SRM & VR (nor would you want to).
If you are talking about having a VC/SRM server at each site and another VC/PSC that is contained within the one where SRM is installed, then yes, this can be protected like any other workload. I don’t believe that VC supports having its IP address changed by SRM. I suggest looking into supported ways to change the VC IP address. I believe that the VCSA runs Photon which I don't believe SRM supports IP customization for.