No, not necessarily. Positioning of baby has a lot to do with things....and so does the shape/size of your pelvic outlet. So, for a woman with a roomy pelvic outlet, with a baby in good position, a large head would not make any noticeable difference. For a woman with a smaller outlet, or some feature of the outlet that created a 'tight spot', a larger head could mean a longer labor--especially if baby was not well-positioned.
I once had an 8lb baby with a large-ish head. I do have a tight spot (encroaching ishial spines--you might want to find a diagram of a pelvis) AND this boy was coming out with his chin up, 'military presentation', instead of chin tucked. He was my longest labor and most painful, longest 2nd stage too, and I got skid marks from his passage.
Next baby was 10 lbs--a full 2lbs larger!--but she was far better positioned, chin well tucked. Shorter labor, shorter 2nd stage, no perineal tears/abrasions at all even tho her head was a little bigger than her earlier brother. But given my pelvis, it was my first 2 babies--6.9 lbs and 7.6lbs--that were my fastest labors. All the later, bigger babies, 8lbs and up to 10, were longer labors tho only the chin up guy gave me a longer 2nd stage--once the others had cleared that tight spot, they came shooting out pretty fast!
Anyway--a first baby is not enough to know much about how you birth. Maybe your later babies will all be lots easier, now that you've birthed once and your body knows more about what it's doing.