Assuming you're taking hydrogen from the surface, you'll be lengthening its lifespan.
The sun's outer convective envelope, within which hydrogen is cycled from the surface to its interior, doesn't quite reach its actively-fusing core. That core is supplied entirely by its own internal hydrogen; by the time it's done fusing into helium naturally in ~5 billion years, the outer envelope will still be hydrogen, since it won't have been cycled in.
So the only effect of removing mass from the envelope right now is to reduce the pressure on the core, and with less pressure, the core burns more slowly.
At a certain point, if you deplete the envelope by a significant margin (difficult; we're talking thousands upon thousands of Earth-masses here), you might begin to alter which parts of the Sun are convective. A low-enough mass star is fully convective and taking more mass away will simply shrink it until it can't fuse anything more at all.