According to Culinary archaeology: Millet noodles in Late Neolithic China Nature 437, 967-968 (13 October 2005), basically, yes, noodles from "Lajia archaeological site (35° 49' 40" N, 102° 51' 15" E) is located on a terrace on the upper reaches of the Yellow River in northwestern China" have been carbon dated as being 4000 years old.
There is a photograph of the 4000 year old noodles in the article, with the caption:
Noodles dating to 4,000 years ago, shown here on top of an in-filled sediment cone and revealed after the inverted earthenware bowl containing them was removed. Scale bar, 1 cm
The article adds:
Unlike modern Italian pasta and Asian noodles, which are generally made from durum wheat (tetraploid) and bread wheat (hexaploid), respectively, the prehistoric noodles show no evidence that wheat, barley or other non-grass plants were used to supply their ingredients. Our findings support the belief that early plant domestication and food production relied on millet crops10, 11, 12 in the semi-arid Loess Plateau region of China.
Overall, there is good evidence that the oldest elongated noodles are from China, but noodles were already know in Europe before Marco Polo.