I have the following situation: a smooth compact manifold $M$, without boundary and furnished with a smooth volume $\mu $.

I also have an operator defined on the space of smooth functions with $0$ average w.r.t $\mu$, let's call the space $C^{\infty}_{\mu}(M)$.

This operator is an isomorphism and extends to an isomorphism $H^{s} \rightarrow H^{s}$, for every $s \geq 0$. It also extends to an isometry on $L^{2}$.

My question is the following. Do there exist conditions under which such an operator is realized by pull-back? More formally, if an operator $T$ has the above properties (and eventually some additional ones) does there exist a volume preserving diffeomorphism of $M$, $h \in \mathrm{Diff}^{\infty}_{\mu}(M)$ such that for all $\varphi \in C^{\infty}_{\mu}(M)$ \begin{equation} T.\varphi = \varphi \circ h ^{-1} \end{equation}

I will probably end up giving an explicit construction of $h$ anyway, but an abstract theorem providing its existence would be helpful.

Thanks!