"Where are you come from?" is an old-fashioned version of "where have you come from", in other words, "where did you depart from on the trip that brought you here." It is still used in some dialects, e.g. Indian, but is rarely heard in modern AmE or BrE.
"Where are you from?" on the other hand, means "where is your home" and is standard modern usage.
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