If all else fails....use two pipe wrenches. The hex already looks chewed up and stripped, a pipe wrench will grab onto anything. If that doesn't work, no choice but to change the valve
Doesn't look like a frost free valve to me. Rapping on the outer section of the valve where the threads that you are trying to loosen is located will sometimes loosen them up. I don't spend too long fighting with hose faucets, it is usually much cheaper and easier to replace them.
Definately plain sillcock, not frost-free. Replace entire valve.
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