I'm not aware of libraries that do that for you (but you can create your own, see end of the answer), but creating a relieve hole pattern is not that difficult or tedious using iterator functions (e.i. the
for loop). Note that it may not be a good idea to make enclosed holes inside your object, see the
edit section at the bottom of the answer.
Small OpenSCAD test script:
This can be used for both parts of your question, but in case the pattern needs to be inside an object you need to lower the value of
h in the subtracting cylinder and raise/translate it (you could use the
center=true in the
cylinder function as a parameter and raise the center to the middle of your object
translate([x,y,objectThickness/2])). You could make a
module of the recurring pattern yourself to create your library.
cube or any other geometrical solid or (2D) pattern (use
linear_extrude) to subtract from your part.
Note that it is not always wise to create your own spacing/grid structure enclosed in the model. Please read the accepted answer of this question. This answer explains that slicer applications work best with true solids!