I am going to go out on a leg here and say, yes, you should, if only because not doing so can lead to really weird situations.
Read this line from the undead type entry:
Resurrection and true resurrection can affect undead creatures. These spells turn undead creatures back into the living creatures they were before becoming undead.
As undead can be brought back from the dead as a living being, not knowing what their constitution score was before they were turned into the walking dead means you won't have any idea what their constitution score would be once they are alive once more.
The downside to this, as I see it, is that you may very well be giving a munchkin the opportunity at a 'free' roll. "Oh, one of my stats is a 5, I'll just add that to constitution because that'll be an ability score - anyway while I am undead" is something I could easily see happening.
If min-max behavior is a concern, it might be preferred to simply assume that they had a perfectly average constitution of 10 and stick with rolling the other 5 ability scores only.