I believe some 240V breakers require a neutral to power their internal circuitry, but there's no reason in theory that a GFCI breaker won't be able to pick up a ground fault on a system with no neutral.
It's conceivable that on a totally ungrounded system, a GFCI would not work, but that's different.
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