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As the autoresponse format is HTML you certainly can create a link to a Google Map in the response by getting its link URL (I am assuming you know how to do this) and then create a link using the link tool in the autoresponse editor.
If you actually want to embed a Google Map get its embed HTML code (I am assuming you know how to do this), then when editing your autoresponse switch to HTML source mode (the angle brackets in the toolbar) and paste the Google Map HTML embed code into the right place (assumes you are familiar with raw HTML editing). I haven't got this to work though but only played for a few minutes with it.
As answered by tbawa
you can get the map code and add it to you email template since it will be the html content