David Farrell started a new project called berrybrew that was leveraging the portable editions of Strawberry Perl to provide something like perlbrew for Windows. See here for his blog post about it.
Someone else, stevieb, forked the project to add other functionality. According to his blog (see here), he merged his changes back into David Farrell's code base.
Although, I haven't used it yet myself, I think that berrybrew could provide most of what you want to accomplish. Since you already have Perl versions installed, I'm not sure how to get berrybrew to pick up and work with your Perl installations. Perhaps you can submit a ticket and get help/suggestions on how to do that from David and/or stevieb.
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