A standard 14" square vent opening is also standard for rooftop A/C. 12v wiring is in place, not sure if it's pre-wired for 120v, you'll have to check. See if there's a spot in your 120v power panel for an A/C breaker.
Does your RV have a furnace? If so, then you perhaps have a thermostat? Does it have the capability of also controlling the A/C? If not, some rooftop A/C units are self-contained with thermostatic control built it. That would eliminate trying to wire a remote thermostat up into a pop-up roof. The A/C will add about 80-90 lbs to the roof, make sure it is designed to lift and support it.