Her cousin is younger than either of us.
The above construction is grammatically correct and avoids the formal/informal quandary.
I agree with Chasuk that it would be better to reword the sentence altogether. But, if you were going to write it the way you did in the question, then "She" or "I." It would read "Her cousin is younger than she is (or than I am).
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