Unlike no-limit, in limit you can't win someone's stack with a deceptive or hidden hand. They key to limit is getting the most money in when you have the most equity. With AA, you have a higher expected value
then any other hand pre-flop.
You say you will make back the difference in lost pots because the pots will be bigger due to your deception. This is incorrect. One more big bet here or there from a hand that doesn't put you on aces won't come close to making up for all the VALUE you lose by not raising when you have the most equity, combined with the increased number of pots you will lose by letting weaker hands in cheaply that then outflop you, and you won't know you're behind until you've put a few bets in anyway.
Not raising with AA preflop in limit hold 'em has got to be one of the worst limit mistakes you can make.