Your question is not the right one.
An AVL tree is a binary tree that has additional properties. First it is a search tree, which means we can easily find each number in the tree. Second it is balanced, meaning that there are no leafs very far form the root. (Formal definitions on request.)
Assume you have a set of $n$ numbers in advance, and an arbitrary "empty" binary tree with $n$ nodes, you can make the tree into a search tree putting the nodes at a well defined position. So, If you can find an empty tree with AVL structure it is no problem to fill it with the values. And indeed, a completely balanced binary tree, adding nodes level by level, satisfies the requirement of AVL trees.
The proper question is: "can we keep a binary tree in AVL form when the values are added and deleted one by one". When we can do this we have build a quite efficient data structure for sets of values.