Here is the dialog containing the word. Is it a dialect?

A: まあ それじゃ一緒に食べない?

B: そうすっか

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This is a colloquial form for 「する-か」. I don't think this is considered to be a particular dialect. (This form isn't used in western dialect, so it feels a bit eastern to my ear, just as the standard Japanese language does.)

In the dialog, A invites B to eat together, and B agrees (そうすっか == そうするか). Other examples you might encounter is ~~でもすっか = でもするか.

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