Technically, yes.You can find arm64 windows rom on UUPdump.
But it does not works on any android so we need to develop.
First you need a rooted 64bit phone with twrp and unlocked bootloader.
Then wait for a dev to re-partition device to only /system ,/ recovery and /bootloader.
Then he needs to develop drivers for that device.
That dev also needs to debug a uefi bootloader and after bootting from usb and install windows,thats done.
But it still need a arch converter which is placed in windows installer that can convert X86 or AMD64 apps (.exe)(.msi)into ARM64 apps.
It is hard so no one(at least not me ) can do this and the device-adding speed will be extremely slow.
(You need to re-develop when the cpu is changed. So only the arch-convertor is usable when you are working on a different device.)
[This is the full process to building windows arm64 build ]
Please note that arm32 is not supported.