Rules in English?! hahaha ... hope you aren't a coach that yells at an umpire for not knowing the rules ;-) - so many are written the same way with variances in interpretation and the need to read between the lines or read some other rule in order to get the bigger picture. But this isn't an umpire question - this is an official scorer type question - hence my caveat.
From how I read it, a hit is credited to the batter, but my first instinct was the same as Northland gotta be a fielder's choice.
Think of it this way - does the batter "deserve" to be credited with a Hit or FC for his teammates inability to get out of the way? It has nothing to do with the fielder's decision to make a play at a different base for the last force out or a fielder's inability to cleanly field the ball (e.g. error). If there was less than 2 outs, then the batter would be "awarded" 1st base (8-1-2b) with the dead ball (5-1-1f) from the hit runner killing the play and returning other possible runners R2 and/or R3 to their base. On the play the batter-runner doesn't disappear, he wasn't put out at 1B, but someone else caused the out. There's nothing I read in that particular rule which allows a scorekeeper to decide hit or fc - it says hit to me. But I'm not a scorekeeper.