A match made in heaven?
GBIF occurrence data and Google Earth: http://ge.gbif.net/
Aside from searching gbif and displaying occurrence records in google earth (something already avaialble via the main gbif portal) there are a couple of extra tools.
You can link directly to the Alexandria gazetteer via a nice query interface and it will create a placemark for your search results:.
I think I still prefer the BioGeomancer Workbench because it gives you an estimate of the uncertainty, but it doesn't have a full global gazetteer yet.
The GBIF GE portal also shows you how to plot your own points one-by-one using a webform or as a batch process from a text file.
There are other instructions like how to capute co-ordinates for points and polygons.