VK, There is no easy or simple manner for anyone to describe to you how to rebuild/regenerate a drill file for your files. It can be done, it can be done fairly easily by someone that fully understands what they are doing and have access to a suitable Gerber editing tool. The key there is a Gerber tool that will do file editing, typically any of the freely available tools on the internet are just Gerber viewers. If this was a medium size/complexity board with mostly SMT components, a few mounting holes and a bunch of vias, I don't see why I wouldn't be able to manually ressurrect the drill data in an hour or two, but then I have been doing PCB design for decades. However I could spend three - four times that amount of time just trying to explain to you what you need to do and how to do it.
So far I have only seen one suitable answer to your enquiry from other posters, seems most of them don't know how to read your original post and they are looking for a reason to rant about AutoCAD or the precise formatting of the Gerbers you have obviously inheritted from someone else. Don't worry, having a fabrication drawing done in AutoCAD is very common, I have done it that way for decades because ECAD/PCB CAD tools typically suck big-time as a general drawing or documentaion tool.
(Note: the original post said nothing other than he had a "fabrication drawing" in AutoCAD format, not a PCB design, nor Gerbers generated from an AutoCAD PCB design.)
There is one slight possiblity that could be your saving grace. Do you have a Gerber viewer and have you loaded and viewed the Gerber files? Is there a Gerber file that appears to be only the holes for the board? This would be strictly circular flashes on a layer all by themselves, no traces or other lines, except maybe a board outline, titleblock or drawing template surrounding the board itself. These flashes are they sized appropriately for the desired hole sizes (query them with your viewer tool and it should tell you the aperture (flash) size, this should match to the drill sizes called out in the fabrciation drawing if it contains the drill sizes). If you have one of those layers in your Gerbers, almost any fabrciator can turn that Gerber layer into a drill file in minutes and your problem is solved.
If you desire, you could send me the files in question and I could give them a looking over your you and then be in a position better advise/assist you.
bveland at shaw dot ca