Welcome back Babdi, you disappeared into the Internet ether for a while, but some of us are still here.
Short answer, no, all the Haswell processors and 8 series chipset boards are socket 1150, rather than socket 1155 for Ivy Bridge CPUs and boards like your Z77. Sounds very close but just different enough, typical Intel...
But IMO, you won't be missing much if anything between your Ivy Bridge processor and Haswell, and there are reasons why Haswell is less desirable than Ivy Bridge. Haswell processors run very hot, more than Ivy Bridge, particularly when over clocked. Cooling Haswell CPUs when stress testing has proved to be very difficult.
Of course if you're up to "delidding" a Haswell processor, removing the cover/IHS, and using exotic TIM, then you might enjoy having an over clocked Haswell system.
AFAIK, you won't be able to go beyond 32GB of memory without a quad channel system.