/etc/network/interfaces is generated by the actual installer, not any of the packages on your system:
opus:~ broder$ dpkg -S /etc/network/interfaces
dpkg: /etc/network/interfaces not found.
Because it's not managed by any particular package, no package is going to modify the file.
If you want to add new interfaces to /etc/network/interfaces, you have to do that manually. Alternatively, if you want your network interfaces to be managed automatically by your system, I believe the official answer at this point is to use NetworkManager. NetworkManager will handle configuration for any network interface that's not listed in /etc/network/interfaces.